General news for Saturday, January 1, 2022
Men of God prophesy using proverbs
A policeman patrols the church of Salifu Amoako
Dampare Can’t Stop Me- Salifu Amoako
Men of God, especially the prophets, were extremely careful about what to say when it was time for the prophetic ministry during the night services of the 31st vigil.
It comes after Inspector General of Police George Akuffo Dampare ordered men of God to be measured in their prophetic statements.
While the church service was underway at the Alive Chapel International, run by Salifu Amoako, a policeman was seen walking among the congregation from one end to the other.
The man of God, as he was prophesying to a devotee at the time, paused for a moment to ask the policeman why he was “patrolling” his church.
It was a moment of laughter after a “rigid” atmosphere when Salifu Amoako was informed that the policeman was praying with them.
He explained that he believed the Inspector General of Police, George Akuffo Dampare sent him [the police officer] to supervise his work.
“Massa, what is it? Are you with us? … I thought Dampare sent you,” GhanaWeb said.
He reiterated that “Dampare is my friend, he can’t do anything to me. How can you stop your friend?”
Other men of God – Owusu Bempah – Nigel Gaisie and others prophesied using proverbial sayings.