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Be circumspect in your prophecies, revelations, Dr. Apostle Z. O. Huter to Pastors

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Report by Ben LARYEA

The Founder and Leader of the Global Apostolic Conference and Council, Ghana, Dr. Apostle Z. O. Huter has urged pastors to be circumspect in announcing their prophecies to their congregation and the nation at large.

According to him, some of the prophecies happens to be untrue and never materializes in the lifetime of people as well as the nation and pointed out that it ends up causing fear and panic among the citizenry and creates also anxiety and psychological and emotion disorders in the society.

Speaking at a press conference titled the law on fake prophecies, Dr. Apostle Huter said the constitution and the laws of the country gives the citizenry rights, freedoms and responsibilities yet people abuse the laws therefore false prophecies have become the order of the day.

“Pastors have taken advantage and further taken the laws into their hands and have led to tensions in election period and other religious festivities in the country”, he said adding that scores of pastors and prophets have caused many houses and families to break apart as a result of fake prophecies.

Dr. Apostle Huter, said the nation have not been spared mostly on 31st December where pastors and other heads of faith based institutions throw out all kinds of prophecies which turn out to be false and explained that these gestures is designed to win the heart of people who are not spiritually enlightened.

He recalled the year 2017 of which Rev. O.B gave a prophecy that there will be a coup in Ghana, America will go to war and the death of Nigerian prominent President which turns out to be false including terrorist attack in Ghana, death of a popular king, and parliamentarians.

“There is no law that bans prophecy but if pastors take advantage of citizenry particularly the vulnerable, they must face the full rigours of the law when they fail to use the appropriate channels of communication.”

The Criminal Offences Act 1960, (ACT 29) SECTION 208 says that; “A person who publishes or reproduces a statement, rumour or report which is likely to cause fear and alarm to the public or to disturb the public peace knowing or having reasons to believe that the statement, rumour or report is false commits a misdemeanour.”

“It is not a defence to a charge under subsection (1) that the person charged did not know or did not have reason to believe that the statement, rumour or report was false, unless it is proved that, prior to the publication, that person took reasonable measures to verify the accuracy of the statement, rumour or report.”

Turning the spotlight on Covid 19 pandemic, the Executive Director of Center for Excellence Leadership and Accountable Governance, Dr. Apostle Z.O. Huter said the vaccination have great concerns about the mandatory vaccination which CSO believe is tantamount to basic fundamental right of each citizen of the country since people are proving immunity to the virus, which have side effects in relation to the vaccines.

“CFELAG cautions government for embarking on compulsory vaccination but rather keep on engaging the public with education for people to observe the need for the vaccination.

He also advised government to engage pharmaceutical industry in Ghana and Ghana health services for their inability to come out with drugs or vaccines to help combat this virus but rather depending on foreign donors”, he added.

Source: www.thenewindependentonline.com

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