The Ghana Police Service has reminded the public of the law on the Publication of false news and urges its continuous compliance.
A statement issued by the Service expressed gratitude to faith-based organisations doe their compliance.
According to the Police the move has protected the rights and freedoms of those who are normally affected by these prophecies and has also fostered a society free of needless panic, fear and alarm.
“The Police will like to remind the public that while we have the right to practice our faith and freedom of speech as guaranteed by our constitution and democratic values, we want to reiterates that the enjoyment of these rights are subject to respect for the rights and freedoms of others and for the public interest.
As we have come to consider December 27th as Prophecy Communication Compliance Day, the Ghana Police Service is once again urging religious communities to practice their faith within the legal framework.”
Read the full statement below