- The police has sent a word of caution to preachers who would be tempted to make doom prophecies publicly
- According to the state department, the law was against false publication without recourse to provide evidence
- This follows Bishop Stephen Akwesi Appiah’s prophesy about Shatta Wale which is trending online
The Ghana Police Service has sent a solid admonition to prophets who openly spell destruction on individuals particularly VIPs in the country without proof.
As per Alexander Kweku Obeng, Director of Public Affairs at the Ghana Police Service, such demonstrations are against the laws of Ghana and prophets who participate in such exercises will be made to confront the law.
“The law is against bogus distribution consequently in the event that you make your prediction openly with next to no proof, you’ve penetrated the law and the law will manage you.
“There is the requirement for everybody to take in something from what has unfolded and realize that it is illegal so when you proceed to break the law then, at that point, note that you’ll confront the results alone.
” Alexander Kweku Obeng advised ministers who set out on the very digression as Jesus Ahuofe and noticed that it wasn’t right to straightforwardly forecast about somebody to cause dread and frenzy.
He said any individual who chose to resist this order was on their own and the law would have been actuated.
Alexander Kweku Obeng said this in a meeting on Accra-put together Peace FM with respect to Monday, October 25, 2021.
He, thusly, encouraged ministers and big names to be well behaved residents since the law is no respecter of any individual.
The Inspector General of Police (IGP) has stretched out a solicitation to Religious bodies and religious associations today October 25, 2021, at the Police Headquarters.
In the interim, Bishop Stephen Akwesi Appiah acclaimed as Jesus Ahuofe has been allowed bail following his destruction prescience on Shatta Wale.
The head minister of New Life Kingdom Chapel was captured after he turned into an individual of interest in the issue including Shatta Wale’s shooting stunt.
As indicated by the reports, the minister was allowed bail to the tune of GHC100,000 on the rear of an effective supplication for bail by his guidance.