Salifu Amoako says the wrath of God will come on the police service if they don’t withdraw the order on doom prophecies

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The founder and leader of Alive Chapel International, Archbishop Elisha Salifu Amoako has called on the police administration to withdraw the order that restricts prophets from making prophecy or facing the wrath of God.

He indicated that the directive issued by the police service that prophets should be circumspect in their end-of-year prophecies is an attempt to impede God’s work.

Speaking in an interview he noted that the directive was not thought through because the views of religious organizations and prophets were not solicited.

This came up following the police press release that prophets could be arrested and prosecuted if s prophecy isn’t communicated well to cause fear and panic.

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Well, Archbishop Elisha Salifu Amoako in an interview on Onua FM indicated that the directive seeks to limit the prophetic ministry in Ghana.

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