- Police officials have spoken against gloomy prophecies against officers
- Ghanaians are being told to prioritize prayer over doomsday prophecy
Police officials are calling on the prophets to eschew from scaring them with dark prophecies about death and rather remember them in their prayers.
According to the public relations officer of the Ghana Police Service, ACP David Aklu, all gloomy prophecies made against the police service only amounts to fear and panic within the police department. He is, therefore, calling on prophets to rather prioritize praying for them during their line of duty.
“We need prayers in the police service and I want to urge the prophets of doom that instead of predicting deaths of police officers, they should rather pray for us and pray to stop those bad news” he stated in an interview with Adom FM.
The appeal by the police follows the New Year prophecies by pastor Owusu Bempah who predicted of more deaths in the police department in 2018.
According to Owusu Bempah, more police officers are will be buried in this year.
“Let us remember Ghana Police in our prayers, otherwise we will hear of rampant deaths of officers within the force,” the pastor revealed.
But just before the end of January, the Ghana police service has recorded various bouts of attacks and deaths. The latest has being the killing of an inspector at the Kwabenya Police Station, Inspector Ashilevi.
Meanwhile, a suspect identified as Kofi Seshie, has been named as the man who shot and killed the officer who was on monitoring assignment during the attack on the night of January 21, Director-General of Public Affairs at the Ghana Police Service, ACP, David Eklu announced on Joy News Saturday evening.
Inspector Ashilevi, was shot in a dawn raid by an armed gang who broke into the station and freed a number of suspects in police custody.
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