Duncan Williams Roasted By Ghanaians For His ‘Useless’ 72 Hour Fast

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Bishop Duncan Williams

Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams a few years ago brought the first of his useless ideas to helping the Ghanaian economy when he called for prayers to halt the depreciation of the cedi.

Of course it didn’t work and yet a few days ago, we had to endure another useless idea from Duncan Williams, who stumbled upon the ‘perfect solution’ to the current crisis Ghana is facing.

According to the preacher, his church members should go on a 72 hour fast to help Ghana deal with the current economic challenges we’re facing.

In the past Ghanaians would have been all up in arms in support of such a idea but it seems people are a little tired with turning to prayer as the solution to all our problems when the problems never go away.

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On Starr Fm’s morning show, a lot of the messages sent in roasted the Action Chapel founder for his call for fasting.

Check out some of the messages sent into the program below…

— “If prayer is the cure for economic malaise, the Vatican City would be the most powerful nation on earth”

— “As human beings we can’t deny the spiritual aspect of life. However, we seem to think that all our problems can be solved through prayers only. For instance, we pray for good health but how do we handle our environment? What do we do after praying? Prayers should make us believe that when we work hard it will yield result”.

— “For me praying and fasting this government is waste of time. The truth need to be told to government to stop reckless misusing of tax-payers money.

— “How can we pray meanwhile their attitudes have not changed? The Europeans don’t only pray they act. So the corruption must stop now”,

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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