‘Strange’ religious sect invades Yilo Krobo

‘Strange’ religious sect invades Yilo Krobo

There is tension at Pepetifi a farming community in the Yilo Krobo Municipality of the Eastern region following the appearance of a strange religious group in the area.

The sect numbering about 17 members is reported to be made up of  men and women as well as children some of whom residents claim are well educated.  According to reports the group are moving across the area preaching their beliefs and doctrines. They among other things preach against human-leadership of the world and society. They contend that God is the only supreme leader who must be obeyed. Their membership is against the leadership of mankind in any kind or shape.

READ ALSO: Rev. Adu-Gyamfi is new chairman of Christian CouncilThe group which settled in the community in January last year had reportedly lived in Accra for months before relocating. They prefer to settle in bushes and among tress; a practice they claim makes them close to nature. However, residents of Pepetifi are angered by their stay and have threatened to banish them from the community.

READ ALSO: Ghana signs Paris Agreement against climate changeSome community members believe they are terrorists who are operating under the guise of a religious group and have reported them to the district police command. Meanwhile a member of the group say they are harmless individuals who are just doing the work of God.

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