Ghana police begin investigation of cross -over service prophecies to identify breaches

The Ghana Police Service has revealed that footage of several prophesies made by pastors during 31st-night church services in December 2021 are being investigated to see if they broke any laws.

According to SB, the country's police urged religious leaders not to make inaccurate forecasts for 2022 ahead of the cross-over event.

According to the GPS, false prophecies have caused public tensions, anxiety, and terror among citizens, (read here)

The police said in a statement made on Thursday, January 6, that regulations prohibiting the public dissemination of information, including prophesies that are likely to provoke fear and panic, apply to all days, not only the 31st watch-night services.

The police thanked the public for their help in upholding the rule of law, but warned that if any of the prophecies are illegal, they will be dealt with.

In a news release, the Police Department stated that the law and service do not prohibit religious practices or the performance of religious doctrines and beliefs such as predictions.

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