Ghana Police Service To Probe Into 31st Crossover Night Prophecies
The Ghana Police Service has released statement to probe into 31st Crossover Night prophecies during church services across the country.
The statement begins by commending religious groups in particular and the general public for the support and understanding of policing initiative of the service.
“The Police wish to commend all religious groups in particular and the public in general, for their support and understanding of our proactive policing initiative on the communication of prophecies and related matters prior to the 31st December celebrations”.
It adds that multiple video footages regarding the communication of prophecies have come to the attention of the police.
“Following this initiative, multiple video footages have come to our attention regarding the communication of prophecies on the night of 31st December, 2021. Police have begun analysing these videos to ascertain whether any of them is in breach of the laws of the country and anybody found culpable will be put before the court”.
This statement is a follow-up after days of the Polices’ caution statement released, cautioning religious groups and leaders against prophecies.
The Police cautions that the law on publication of information including Prophecies that have the tendency to cause fear and panic or put people’s lives in danger. That the law is not limited to 31st December only, but should be adhered to on a daily basis.
The Police reiterates that the law and the Police are not against religious practices or the performance of religious doctrines and beliefs such as prophecies.
“However, if such information is communicated publicly and undermine the laws of the state, the relevant laws and sanctions will be applied,” the Police added.