So, too, has the tourism boss and the head of the Fiji Rugby Union, accused of forwarding the controversial email to stakeholders.
Both Rev Laione Nacevamaca and Bill Gavoka have to appear again in court tomorrow.
Nacevamaca and Gavoka are charged with one count each of malicious act under Section 15 of the Public Order Act.
The Nadi pastor prophesised in an email there would be an earthquake and a tsunami at half past two yesterday.
A 4.7 magnitude quake was recorded at 10.16am yesterday morning between Fiji and Tonga but there was no tsunami.
A number of people were reported to have believed the natural disaster warning, including Rabi Island where locals took to higher ground.
Workers in Suva also left their jobs to go home because of the pending disaster.
The Public Service Commission permanent secretary, Parmesh Chand, says civil servants who deliberately missed work because of the prophecy will be disciplined.
He told the Fiji Times the Commission is collecting data from ministry heads on the absentees.
"I can't reveal information on the absentees but we are collecting data," he said.