The Ghana Police Service has cautioned Christian religious faith leaders advising them to practice their faith while giving respect to the rights of others.
In a recent communique issued by the Ghana Police Service, the security agency stated clearly that it will countenance any form of Prophetic revelation that has no regard for the rights and privacy of others.
In the said communique, the Ghana Police Service stated that it will like to remind the general, most especially faith based organizations and religious communities of the law pertaining to the publication of fake news while urging Ghanaians to comply with it amicably.
In addition to this, they thanked religious groups for their compliance with the law adding that, apart from the fact that the compliance to this law has protected the rights and freedoms of those usually affected by the prophecies, it has also fostered a society devoid of fear, panic and alarm.
Furthermore, the communique indicated that while the Police will like to remind citizens that they have the right to practice their faith in peace, as stated by the constitution of the country, they would like to emphasize that the enjoyment of these rights are subject to respect for the rights of others as well as regard for the interest of the public.
In Spirit of the Christmas season, the Ghana Police Service wished all citizens a merry Christmas whole urging all religious bodies to conduct themselves as law abiding citizens while practicing their faith within the legal framework.