Archbishop Duncan Williams breaks silence on his son saying he wasn’t called by God and more

Duncan Williams breaks silence on his son
Archbishop Duncan Williams breaks silence on his son saying he wasn’t called by God

The last born of Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams has become the talk of Ghana after he posted s3kx tapes, nÚdÊ videos of himself coupled with him saying his father wasn’t called by God.

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This video got social media in a frenzy mode as some blamed Archbishop Duncan Williams for the evil ways of his son. Some people believed that Archbishop Duncan Williams was not taking very good care of his family.

Well, in the latest post on his Instagram page, the Archbishop has finally reacted. According to him, his son, Daniel’s ranting on social media was as a result of an illness he was currently treating.

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Archbishop Duncan Williams furthered that, Daniel had undergone the best medical treatment and spent most of his time at the hospital.

Archbishop Duncan Williams added that his son’s failure to take his medication is the reason for his recent behaviour as he was experiencing a relapse.

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Archbishop Duncan Williams pleaded with the public to remember his family in prayers as what he was going through was a test of his faith.

See his post below


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Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams and his family thank you for your prayers. Daniel’s outbursts on social media and elsewhere should not be media fodder or click-bait. We acknowledge that the obscenities are abhorrent but understand that he has a serious illness. Daniel has undergone the very best medical interventions, treatments and hospitalizations, yet he experiences relapses when he does not continue on his prescribed medication. The Archbishop says “this is a test of his faith, but he will overcome”. In his own words; “I acknowledge the situation my son is in, and I still love him…please continue to pray with us…. “Love covers a multitude of sins.” 1 Peter 4:8 The Archbishop and his family continue to stand firm in their faith believing God for Daniel’s full deliverance, healing and restoration. We ask that you please respect their privacy as they navigate through this time. Psalms 3:3.

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Source: TheBBCghana.Com

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