The Inspector General of Police, IGP, George Akuffu Dampare has lamented the various prophecies on his death.
On the 31st Night of December, some claims (prophecies) emerged from the camp of Nigel Gaisie that, an IGP was going to be sacked.
“The Lord took my spirit to the Republic of Y3mpe Nokore, and I saw that there was a change in IGP. In the realms of the spirit, I saw the IGP and his boots were taken off.
“I dreamt, I saw and it’ll come to pass If they don’t pray about it,” he stated while ministering on the night.
The police administration had earlier reiterated its warning to the religious community against causing fear and panic with their now-popular 31st December night prophecies.
It said the law will be applied to punish prophets who abuse the rights of people with their doom prophetic messages but Nigel Gaisie and Owusu Bempah openly despised the order.
Answering a question by members of the Public Accounts Committee on whether the police have banned prophecies in the country, the IGP noted that, the police have not banned prophecies, however, it is against the manner in which some men of God carry those prophecies in public which ends up creating severe fear and panic in Ghanaian society.
Commenting on doom prophecies about himself, Dampare wondered why Nigel Gaisie and co didn’t prophesy about him when he wasn’t the IGP or a public figure.
“Before I became IGP nobody prophesied about me, now I’m an IGP everybody is prophesying about me. I’ve no problem because I’m a public figure. But why should it be such that God has revealed something and you want to share with me, you have to make it a showmanship and tell the whole country that I’m about to die?” he questioned.
The IGP indicated that, he is not afraid to die because once he has been birthed, he will definitely perish, probably in the longest future.
“…I’m not afraid, because the only thing I’m afraid of is birth because if you don’t want to die you shouldn’t allow yourself to be birthed. So once I’ve been born, I’m going to die, so as for death, the only thing I can do is probably become a friend of it, so that it can treat me with some leniency.
But the point is that, you go and make such an announcement across the whole world, and I have a wife, children, I have a parent who is alive and I have family members so every day when I leave in my house and I always wake up around 3 am and today I slept up to 5 am, my wife will be thinking that I’m dead. And this is something she is going to live with for the rest of her life. And why is it that God himself decided not to tell us when we are going to die? It means a lot.” He added.
Source: Oyerepafmonline.com/ Joseph Marfo