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Prophet Kofi Oduro mocks pastors who couldn’t prophesy on 31st night following IGP’s ‘threat’

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The Head Pastor of Alabaster International Ministries Prophet Kofi Oduro has poked fun at some known pastors in Ghana who failed to prophesy on the 31st night following IGP’s ‘threat’.

While addressing his congregation, Prophet Kofi Oduro dared these men of God who are known for their 31st-night prophecies to speak out.

According to Kofi Oduro, the so-called men of God are afraid of being arrested hence their refusal to prophecy on the last day of the year.

He added that due to the IGP’s warning, some men of God failed to prophesy but are rather making silly remarks about him.

He mockingly dared them to disregard George Akuffo Dampare’s warning and face his wrath.

“Some people are afraid of being arrested. Dampare is diligently doing his work and some men of God are angry over their inability to prophesy. They are in their churches making stupid remarks. If you believe you are a man, reveal fake and silly prophecies. You will be arrested and will experience jail term”, Prophet Badu Kobi stated.

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This comes after the Ghana Police Service warned against false prophecies that adversely affect the right and life of individuals.

In a statement by the police, they warned prophets and religious organizations to be circumspect in their utterances.

The police indicated that doom prophecies that cause fear and panic in people will not be tolerated.

According to the Ghana Police Service, prophets or religious bodies who fail to adhere to this rule would face a 5-year jail term.



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