The Ghanaian Times is apprehensive and worried over the growing tendency of prophecies from self-acclaimed men of God. It is worried about the growing loud-mouth of these charlatans which constitute a threat to national development. The paper is appalled by the events emanating from some sections of the watch night services especially the unguarded statements by some self-acclaimed pastors who in their fantasy believe the worse will happen to some prominent figures in the country. The Times reminds Ghanaians that in practising their faith there is a caveat which talks about the imposition of restrictions. The paper says the laws of Ghana are clear therefore the law enforcement agencies must crack the whip on these prophets of doom and nuisance.
The Daily Graphic is happy to note that the Abudu and Andani families have ironed out their differences and consequently called on the President to express their preparedness to ensure the smooth implementation of the road map to peace. The Graphic congratulates the people of Dagbon on the peaceful way the funeral rites of Naa Abdulai were held, and the Andani Family settling its internal difference, it appeals to the people to ensure that the funeral for Ya Naa Andani is also held in a peaceful manner. It also appeals to the sons and daughters of Dagbon to seize the opportunity to usher in a new dawn of hope while at the same time asking community and opinion leaders especially Muslim clerics to preach peace, tolerance and understanding among neighbours in Dagbon.