Dr. George Akuffo Dampare, Ghana’s Inspector General of Police, has explained that he’s not against prophecies because he’s literally a prophet too. He says what the Police has sought to do is to regulate the communication of prophecies in such a way that they do not cause fear and panic.
The IGP, who appeared before the Public Accounts Committee on Thursday, January 19, 2023, said majority of prophesies spread unnecessary fear and panic in the country.
“It’s fine for you to make declarations since the constitution and other laws give you the authority to do so, but some so-called prophets take advantage of the situation for their own selfish gain.”
He said as a Christian he believes in prophecies.
“As Christian and somebody who also believes in prophecies, and by extension I’m a prophet in my own rights because as a son of God, God will always have an opportunity to have an engagement with you and tell you things in the future if only you are brave to listen.”
“But all the issues that we have been putting across as an institution is to prove to everybody that we are not against prophecies, we are talking about communication of such prophecies that will end up creating fear and panic in our society which is unwarranted “he explained.
“Before I became an IGP nobody prophesied about me, now I’m an IGP and everybody prophesies about me. I have no problem with it because I’m a public figure, but why should it be that when God reveals something to you and you want to share with me you have to make it a showmanship and tell the whole country that I am about to die.”
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Source – Tru News Report