LISTEN! Most Ghanaians Will Go To Hēll Secof Facebook & TikTok Live: Prophet Peter Aklah

By Riddy10 3 Min Read

In a recent controversial statement made by Prophet Peter Aklah, the founder and leader of Animouyam Global Chapel, he claimed that the majority of Ghanaians who use social media platforms like Facebook and TikTok Live are likely to end up in hell.

According to the prophet, the content that many Ghanaians post on social media is inappropriate and disrespectful, which is why they will not be granted entrance to heaven on judgment day.

Prophet Aklah expressed his concern over the fact that many social media users, especially the youth, do not think twice before posting any type of content online.

He believes that they only care about trends and posting whatever comes to mind without considering the consequences. He warned that such behavior will have serious repercussions in the future.

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The use of social media has grown rapidly in Ghana, with almost 80% of the population using various platforms.


This has made communication easier and faster than ever before, but it has also opened up the potential for inappropriate content to be shared with millions of people.

Prophet Aklah’s statement has caused a stir on social media, with many people expressing their opinions on the matter.

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Some social media users have criticized Prophet Aklah’s statement, stating that he is being judgmental and that it is not his place to decide who will go to heaven or hell.

Others have supported his statement, arguing that many young people are posting inappropriate content on social media without thinking about the consequences.

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Regardless of one’s personal opinion on the matter, it is clear that social media has a significant impact on our daily lives, and the content we choose to share can have long-term consequences.

It is important to be mindful of what we post and to ensure that our actions online reflect our values and beliefs. As for the fate of Ghanaians on judgment day, only time will tell.



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