After months of dabbling in a well-aired tirade on radio, founder of the International Gods Way Church, Bishop Daniel Obinim and Okomfo Yaw Appiah agreed on Boss FM to face off on Tuesday noon at Kumasi Jubilee Park (Jackson Park) for a spiritual battle.
Many trooped to the location in anticipation of a replication of the Biblical faceoff between Elijah and prophet of Baal.
However, to the disappointment of the many who had trooped the park to witness the duo faceoff, Okomfo Yaw Appiah was noticeably absent.
Obinim, who had ‘evaded’ the priest on two occasions, was rather present at the scene, clad in an all-white attire. Also conspicuously present at the Jubilee Park was a white coffin, which some social media users have opined to be a symbolic container for whoever would have ‘fallen’ after the ‘battle’.
According to Okomfo Yaw Appiah, he had been held under house arrest by the Suame Police, making him unable to show up at the event to face off with Bishop Obinim. A triumphant-looking Obinim then walked out of the venue, amidst cheers from his numerous fans and supporters.
According to ASP Mohammed Tanko, Ashanti Regional PRO of the police, Okomfo Yaw Appiah was not put under house arrest, but was being held in protective custody.