Police Cautions Religious Leaders Against False Prophesies

Getting to the end of every year, many popular ministers of God in Ghana come up with terrifying and tragic prophecies, causing dread and panic among the Ghanaian populace.

The Police Cautions Religious Leaders Against False Prophesies as the year comes to an end.

For Every December 31st Watch Night Service, at least five pastors usually bring out danger-related predictions that rarely come true.

Following the rampant misbehaviour of certain prophets in the country, the police has issued a warning to all religious leaders and groups against false prophecies.

According to a Press Release issued by the Ghana Police Service on December 27, 2021, various religious leaders’ prophecies of injury, danger, and death always end up causing tension and panic in Ghanaian society, putting the lives of many people in fear and danger.

The police has therefore warned them that, making false statements is highly capable of instilling fear and panic in the country. According to the press statement, causing fear and panic is a serious felony that should be avoided.

As a result, anyone found guilty under these regulations could face a sentence of up to five years in jail.

Learn More from The Press Statement Below:

The Police Cautions Religious Leaders Against False Prophesies.

Police Statement
Police Statement

As the Police Cautions Religious Leaders Against False Prophesies, it is anticipated by many that certain fierce prophecies won’t be heard this December

ABOUT THE GHANA POLICE SERVICE Records show that Policing started in the year 1831 in the then Gold Coast. Prior to that, maintenance of law and order was executed by traditional authorities such as local headsmen and chiefs, who employed unpaid messengers to carry out executive and judicial functions in their respective communities. However, in 1831, guarded forts and castles in the Gold Coast.

In 1844, these troops were reorganized and named the Gold Coast Militia, becoming the law enforcement agency for the government of the then Gold Coast. Later the Gold Coast Militia became the Gold Coast Police Force. They were said to have operated with coercive military orientation. Their duties included escorting representatives of government.  The Escorts among them acted with such impunity that they were described by the indigenes as “buga buga boys”.

In 1902, the Gold Coast Police Force was divided into the General Police and Escort Police. The Escort Police was made up of illiterates and semi-illiterates who were employed entirely on guard duties while the General Police was made up of literates who underwent proper civil police training.

Political disturbances in the Gold Coast led to the establishment of the Special Branch, the intelligent unit of the Gold Coast Police in 1948.

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