Who Chose You As Prophets Over Others? – IGP Questions Men Of God Over Doom Prophecy

Dr. George Akuffo Dampare, the Inspector General of Police (IGP), has explained the decision prohibiting the dissemination of bad prophecies.

It means a lot, and even if you have a prophecy about someone dying, you can communicate it in our typical Ghanaian environment, even in proverbs for the person to decipher, but you don’t instill fear and panic in the person, the person’s immediate family, the person’s extended family, and the entire country.

“We [Police] are deep-seated Christians who do not play God, but we will also not allow someone to use God to create a mess and confusion because God is not a God of confusion and disorderliness.”

“Honourable Chair, you were elected to be Members of Parliament by our votes thus, you have been empowered by the Constitution and other laws to make certain pronouncements, which are legitimate. But those who are prophets, who chose them to go out there and make pronouncements about me when I am not a part of your family, I am not a member of your church, and the individual may not even believe in God.

“Let us remember that while we have the right to practice our faith in religion, freedom of worship, and free expression, this right must not be practiced in contravention of the rights of others or the public interest,” it continued.

“As the year 2022 comes to a close, we would to once again urge the general public, particularly faith-based groups, to maintain continuous compliance with the law as it relates to the broadcast of predictions,” the police stated in a statement released on Tuesday, December 27, 2022.

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