Ghana Police Sends Strong Warning To Pastors Who Make False Prophecies

The Ghana Police Service have sent a strong warning to pastors who make false prophecies publicly. Giving prophecy or publishing without valid evidence, according to the state government, is a breach of the state’s laws.

Any prophet who engages in such act will be arrested and be made to face the law. Director of Public Affairs at the Ghana Police Service, Alexander Kweku Obeng, made this remark.

This caution was made following Bishop Stephen Akwesi Appiah’s prophecy about Shatta Wale which has gone viral on the internet. 

The Director of Public Affairs at the Ghana Police Service advised everyone to learn something from what has transpired. He added that it’s against the law and so if you breach the law, you’ll face the consequences alone. 

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All of these remarks were delivered by Alexander Kweku Obeng during an interview with Accra-based Peace FM on Monday, October 35,2021. Pastors and celebrities, he suggested, should follow the law. This is because the law is no respecter of any person.

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