Prosecute leaders of Christ Embassy church over COVID-19 protocol breaches


Prosecute leaders of Christ Embassy church over COVID-19 protocol breaches.

The Ghana Medical Association (GMA) has asked for the immediate prosecution of the leadership of the Christ Embassy Church Ghana for allowing its members to flagrantly breach COVID-19 safety protocols at an event organized at the Fantasy Dome in Accra last Friday, April 30, 2021.

A statement from the group said the church service was not only a potential super-spreader event, but it was also unlawful and reckless, for which the organizers should not be allowed to go scot-free.

Videos of the alleged mass gathering, dubbed “Pneumatica Night” trending on social media shows an unmasked mass crowd, screaming, chanting, and dancing to the “evangelism” of their similarly unmasked leaders.

But this the Medical Association says “defies all logic especially during this crucial time of the COVID-19 pandemic.”

97 Persons arrested for breaking Covid 19 wearing of mask protocol .

In a statement written by the GMA to condemn the act, they demanded that the Attorney General’s Department and the Ghana Police Service should as a “matter of urgency ensure the swift prosecution of all persons; leadership of the Christ Embassy Church Ghana, the organizers of the said event, owners and managers of the Fantasy Dome and any other culprits”.

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