Bishop Obinim spent two night in police custody, after he turned himself in at the Tema Regional Police.
According to him, Bishop Obinim was granted bail with two sureties for each of the offences for which he was arrested. It is unclear the bail bond or the amount involved.
Obinim was on Tuesday handcuffed and sent to the National Police Criminal Investigations Department, Accra for allegedly defrauding a man of GHC11.6 million.
Bishop Obinim was said to have demanded the said amount from a man whose name is not known yet and promised to assist him to collect GHC78,000 from a fetish priest, Okomfo Gyakpata.
But according to ASP Joseph Benefo Darkwa, Obinim after taking the GHC 11.6 million from the man failed to help him retrieve his money [GHC78 000] from the Okomfo.
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Obinim who spent Tuesday night in the cells of the Criminal Investigations Department of the Ghana Police Service at the headquarters of the law enforcement agency in Accra was transferred to the Nima Police Station on Wednesday morning. He was later taken back to the CID headquarters where he spent a second night.
Hundreds of his church members gathered at the Police headquarters to offer intercessory prayers for their founder and leader.
Meanwhile the lawyer for the pastor, Samuel Atta Akyea, has maintained that his client knows nothing about the alleged fraud.