Ghanaian pastor abuse pregnant woman. In a shocking video, the Ghanaian pastor was seen abusing a pregnant woman all in the name of deliverance. In the footage that looked like what was recorded with a mobile phone, the pastor is seen stepping and kicking on the woman’s belly.
The footage shows the man of God speaking in tongues and kicking the pregnant woman’s belly in a bid to cure her from an ailment she is alleged to be suffering from.
This is not the first time pastor Daniel Obimin, the founder of the Ghana-based International God’s Way Church is getting into trouble with the law. Sometime ago, he was arrested and charged with using offensive weapons on his congregation. In another incident, he was accused and charged for sleeping with one of his pastor’s wife.
Being described by many as a false prophet has not deterred members from blindly following his teachings and abuse.
That the woman allowed herself to be abused in such a manner and put her unborn child at risk shows how gullible many Christians are when it comes to their pastors. Instead of going to the hospital to get treatment for whatever she’s suffering from, she decided her pastor was the best person to treat her.
See video of the Ghanaian pastor abusing the pregnant woman below.
This is not the first time an African pastor is seen abusing one of his member or the congregation. Earlier this year, pastor Daniel Lesego from South Africa made news when he commanded his members to eat grass from the field and they obeyed. There is also a footage of the Rabboni Centre Ministries pastor commanding a demon out of a woman’s stomach. He’s alleged to have healed the woman from a demonic pregnancy.
In 2011, Nigerian Bishop David Oyedepo, founder and leader of the Living Faith Chapel (aka Winners Chapel) was recorded abusing a teenage girl he alleged was a witch. In the footage, the pastor is seen slapping the face of the girl whom he accused of being a witch during an attempt to exorcise the supposed spirit of witchcraft in her. The abused girl who was kneeling in front of the congregation was heard saying: “i’m a witch for Jesus.” This angered the pastor who hit her hard on the left cheek, screaming, “Do you know who you are talking to?”
The footage became an internet sensation that provoked social media outrage in Nigeria and across the world.
In 2012, pastor Oyedepo was accused of exploiting his British worshippers. At the moment, the pastor is planning to open a school in Kent, England. But, human rights campaigners and the National Secular Society (NSS) are advocating for the government to stop him as the church links child “disobedience” to witchcraft, the BBC reports.
Also in Nigeria, the preachings of Evangelist Helen Ukpabio has resulted to children being maimed and killed for allegedly being termed witches. Earlier this year, it was reported that the witch hunting evangelist was deported and banned from entering the UK because of her extreme teachings.