Ghana police begin probes into 31st all-night prophecy videos

The Ghana Police service has released a statement to indicate that they have begun looking into all 31st-night prophecy videos.

According to the released statement, they released a statement earlier warning those prophets about their prophecies that could cause fear and panic and disturb the peace of the general, they have intercepted some videos of these prophets making prophecies and they are taking a good look into these videos.

Any pastor found culpable would be processed to court according to the police in the statement.

Meanwhile, they emphasized again that they have no issues with churches and their operation in the country.

Read the statement below;


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