GJA disassociates itself from Prophet
The GJA disassociates itself from the activities of a Kumasi-based prophet, Louis Agyei, who has been going round radio stations in the country, saying the Association’s President and General Secretary have requested that he be given their platforms to disclose a vision concerning aspects of the December 2012 elections to Ghanaians.
We have information that Prophet Agyei is currently in the Western Region seeking radio platforms in the name of the GJA.
It is not the duty of the GJA to promote the visions of prophets, and we wish to advise media organisations to be careful of such prophets who may say things that would disturb the peace and stability of the country.
(GJA General Secretary)
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