Maverick legal practitioner Maurice Ampaw has said that pastors and Mallams must enter into contractual terms with people they prophesy to enable them face the law squarely when such prophesies fail to bear good fruit.
Speaking on Abusua Nkommo on issues of Pastors and Mallams duping Ghanaians, the controversial lawyer tols host Austine Woode that persons who visit such people would be able to sue them based on the terms and conditions they sign.
He believes that by doing so would force them hold on to their fake promises.
Many Ghanaians have been duped by Pastors and Mallams in the country by extorting monies from them as a result of visiting them for spiritual help hence the call by the famous lawyer to officially document all agreements for prosecution purposes.
Again, he stressed that pastors or Mallams who demand human body for ritual purposes must immediately be reported to the police as fraudsters unless their demands are legal.
Mr. Ampaw further stated that aforementioned mostly deceive the public and people who go to seek for help from them, so in other to hold them to their words, individuals who patronize them ought to record or include a moderators such as the police or lawyers so that they would seek for compensation when their prophesies fail to come to past.