Angel Obinim Acquires ₦109 Million “Brand-New” Rolls Royce Ghost (Video,Photos)

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Controversial televangelist who has arrogated himself the powers of an angel [Angel Bishop Daniel Obinim] is in the news again this time not for strange reasons but flaunting his wealth
The General Overseer of International God’s Way Church and one of the very popular pastors in Ghana has added a Rolls Royce ‘Ghost Series II ‘ to his fleet of cars some of which are bulletproof.
The Angel has in the past said he has twenty houses and eight customized Range Rovers including other brands of cars.
The latest addition Rolls Royce ‘Ghost Series II ‘ will be the first car bought by the Angel this year and is estimated at $300,000.
The car comes after he went on holidays with his wife in Spain early this month.
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