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IGP Dampare In Crunch Meeting With Religious Based Organisations; Is Death Prophecies The Subject?

Religious Based Organisations in Ghana are in a crunch meeting with the Police administration this afternoon. The meeting is being held at the Police Headquarters and it's expected to last for about some few hours.


An official invitation by the Public Affairs Directorate of the Ghana Police Service to the media only intruduced them to the stakeholders of the meeting. With such a clue and in a time where there has been heightened debate about the prophetic ministration and the police service following the arrest and prosecution of Rev Isaac Owusu Bempah and his junior padtors, and Jesus Ahoefe, many had assumed the discussion will center on death prophecies.


It could also mean a dialogue to explain legal matters about the consequences of some pronouncements these men of God make in public, much to which the Police deem a threat to human life and social order. Jesus Ahoefe might have been used to set an example to others who prophecy doom onto others but there is more to these lessons.


With the Inspector-General of Police Dr George Akuffo Dampare in charge, and a known beleiver of prophecies, such meeting would be carried out dispassionately. The police will surely come out to detail Ghanaians in what they have discussed so far and the resolutions taken afterward.


December 31 Prophecies And Dooms Day Predictions

In Ghana, it has become a tradition among prophets and other cheich leaders to release prophecies on the night of 31 December every year. It is as though that is the only moment the heavens open up to them.


There is more to hear about good fortunes but the dooms day prophecy dominates among renowned prophets including Nigel Gaisie, Prophet Badu Kobi, Prophet Owusu Bempah, Bishop Obinim, and many others.


Gigantic billboards are mounted to promote these encounters and this becomes more of a competition for audience in the country. In about two months to the end of 2021, most of these religious organisations, thus the churches are planning towards this day.


The meeting by the Police administration with these groups offers a good opportunity to caution them against these doom prophecies, and as well urge them to find a more responsible approach in airing them tot he direct recipient other than mass broadcast which could endanger them.

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