Diamond Appiah slams Ghana Police for arresting Obinim, What she said will surprise you

Diamond Appiah has finally commented on the arrest of Bishop Obinim in his alleged Gh 11.6 million fraud case.

Diamond Appiah, who solemnly believes in the Obinim posted on Facebook saying they are ready to pay the money only if its true their leader took the cash from the ‘ghost’ complainant.

The singer, in her statement further questioned Ghana Police Service on the whereabouts of the individual who lodged the complain against the founder and leader of the God’s Way International Church. Diamond Appiah, who is also an aspiring MP for Trobu Constituency asked if the country is serious in its dealings because she does not understand why her leader was arrested in August 2016 when according to her, The police claim the case was made in November 2015.

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Diamond Appiah Wrote:

“Dear Ghana Police, Where is your complainant? Are u trying to tell Ghanaians that it was a Ghost that made a case against Bishop Obinim? We are ready to pay the 11.6 million cedis if is really true but ur “Ghost” of a Complainant is out ofcoverage area? It seems he doesn’t exist.. Eeeiiii is Ghana a serious country? You claim the case was made to Ghana police in November 2015 so why arrest him now? To be continued….. #Still at Police Headquarters #Free Bishop Obinim Now !!”

Obinim’s Arrest

The Founder and leader of the International God’s Way Church, Bishop Daniel Obinim  was arrested by the Tema Regional Police for allegedly defrauding a man of GH¢11.6 million.

According to the Public Relations Officer of the Criminal Investigation Department (CID),Assistant Superintendent of Police (ASP) Joseph Darkwa, a complainant came to the Tema Police some weeks ago to lodge a complaint against Obinim.According to him, the complainant said on November 28, 2015, he gave an amount of GH¢780,000 to one Okomfo Gyapata of Mampong Nkwanta near Koforidua in the Eastern Region to do a spiritual ritual to bless the money.According to the complainant, after some time, he realised that the Okomfo was not able to help him neither was he able to give him back his money, so he went to Bishop Obinim to report the matter and help him retrieve the money. ASP Darkwa said the complainant stated that in June, Bishop Obinim asked him to bring an amount of GH¢11.6 million to help in retrieving the money from the Okomfo.However, since the complainant gave the money to the Bishop, he has not been able to retrieve the said amount of money from the fetish priest, the police said.