Over the weekend, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams and his ‘prodigal’ son Daniel stunned many after putting on display their plush living space. Daniel shared a video enjoying a game of ludo with his father on his Twitter handle and indicating in the caption that nothing beats having a quality time with his father. Daniel and … Read more
Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams has made several ‘fake’ prophecies through the years. Seriously, it seems whatever this guy says would come to pass, God does the opposite. Just off the top of my head he prayed to arrest the cedi but the cedi rather turned to Usain Bolt. He said coronavirus will never enter Ghana and … Read more
Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams should really stop making prophecies because he really sucks at it. Everytime he prophesies about something or prays for something to happen, the opposite is sure to happen. READ ALSO: Kwabena Kwabena Shares Photo Of Himself Smoking Following Reports That He’s Been Initiating ‘Girls’ Into Smoking How people still consider him a … Read more
Daniel Duncan-Williams has threatened to throw more fire and perhaps break the net again should he be released next week. According to him, Ghanaians haven’t seen enough from him yet and he is ready to take his outburst miles further. READ ALSO: We Sometimes See Our Dad Sad Thinking About Us – Owusu Bempah’s Daughter … Read more
Archbishop Duncan-Williams’ son Daniel has finally apologised to his father after publicly disgracing him. The 25-year-old boy has sent an emotional letter to his father pleading for forgiveness following his outburst on social media. READ ALSO: I Will Expose You And East Legon Rich Men Who Are Killing Innocent People To Stay Rich – Ibrah … Read more
Daniel Duncan Williams, the youngest son of the renowned man of God, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams has been picked up by United States Police for psychiatric evaluation while he was still live on social media. Daniel made headlines for all the wrong reasons yesterday after dirty videos emerged of himself on social media which got … Read more
Son of popular Ghanaian man of God Archbishop Duncan Willaims, Daniel Duncan Williams has been sighted smoking cigarette. Daniel Duncan Williams has shared a photo of himself smoking to his social media page. He is seen with a scarf tied around his head, in a black singlet top on a pair of jeans and a … Read more
Founder and leader of Action Chapel International, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams is a year older today, May 12th 2020! Papa, as he is affectionately called has been widely celebrated as he marks his 63rth birthday. READ ALSO: Vim Lady Shows Off Her Handsome Grown Up Son – Photo A photo of the man of God and … Read more
Prophet Francis Kwarteng, founder and leader of the House of Power Ministries has accused senior men of God; Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams, Bishop Agyin-Asare and Apostle Prof. Opoku Onyinah of being the cause of the coronavirus in Ghana. READ ALSO: Fella Makafui Drops Her 2nd Single And Its Absolutely Rubbish The prophet who also claims … Read more
Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, the General Overseer of Action Chapel International, has expressed that Ghanaians should use this festive season to thank God for the gift of life and live amicably with their neighbors. According to him, this is the very reason for our existence on earth and we must honor it whiles we have life. … Read more
Founder and leader of Action Chapel International, Archbishop Duncan Williams has revealed there was once a plot to kill him. According to him, God revealed to him the assassination against his life a day before the date scheduled for the attack through prayers. READ ALSO: Wendy Shay Has No Picture Beauty – You Will Run … Read more
Ghanaian sociologist, Dr Nana Obiri Yeboah has rubbished Archbishop Duncan Williams’ declaration of a 72-hour fasting and prayer to save Ghana’s economy from crashing.
Dr Nana Obiri Yeboah who believes fasting and prayer cannot save Ghana’s economy challenged the General Overseer of the Action Chapel International, Duncan Williams to convert his church into a factory if he indeed wants to save Ghana’s economy.
In Ghana, once you dare to be successful, expect society to poke their noses into your every affair, trying to investigate the source of your wealth. We are so envious and jealous of each other that when one of our own is flourishing, instead of being motivated to do better for ourselves, we waste energy … Read more
Marriage is beautiful and even more beautiful when you marry your soulmate or someone you can vibe with and that’s what happened to the son of Archbishop Duncan-Williams, Joel Duncan-Williams and his longtime girlfriend as they tied the knot over the weekend. Joel Duncan-Williams after tying the knot in a colourful way with his girlfriend, with all joy and gladness took to his Facebook page and posted a beautiful photo of himself and his bride with a romantic caption:
Founder and head pastor of Action Chapel, Nicholas Duncan-Williams, has called on Ghanaians to strive for peace in the upcoming general elections. Ghanaians go to the polls November 7 for Presidential and Parliamentary elections, and the veteran preacher says peace should be the most important consideration, much more than thinking about any perceived ‘rights’ of who should win or lose.
Archbishop-Duncan Williams stepped on the toes of Muslims during one of his recent sermons—accusing them of all manner of absurdities, claiming they invoke black magic and certain dark forces. Of course, as usual, the Archbishop was talking bollocks—except that, he was talking bollocks about a group of people who wouldn’t take it slightly with him. As … Read more
The Church is the richest institution in the world and yet it pays no tax—pretty interesting. But then, who will have the dangling stinking balls to ask God the almighty to pay tax to him? Even Russia’s notorious Putin cannot do it.
So we rather have to keep paying 1/10 of our money plus extra to the church all the time—for a promised divine blessing and also for the welfare of the already rich institution with the hope that the institution will reach out to others when they are in need, on our behalf.
If you did not know, the church has more money than the bank of Ghana so any time you need a loan, talk to the pastors and see if indeed they are positioned on this earth by God to help anyone in anyway.
Pathetically, the Action Chapel International (ACI) brought out only GH¢70,000 and $10,000 while the National Association of Charismatic and Christian Churches (NACCC) and the Whitaker Group added just GH¢20,000. Yeah, the watches and perfumes the head of Action Chapel International (ACI)-Archbishop Duncan-Williams wears probably cost more than all the above money the churches initially brought to set up the relief fund—which is mainly set up to collect people’s cash.
Don’t forget that in 2011, Bishop Duncan Williams was reported to have said during a speech at the first graduation ceremony of Action Chapel International Bible College in Kumasi that “he was so expensive that the perfume he used could not be found on the shelf of any shop in the country.” So you can imagine the price of this perfume we are talking about here.
What at all is the church doing with all the money they keep extorting from the members if in time of need like this, it will still come out to ask that the members who they continue to tax each day have to bring out some more money before they can adequately reach out to those in true need?
It’s not a secret that Rev. Owusu Bempah and Archbishop Duncan Williams have in the past threw punches at each other—but until today, most people did not know what caused these men of God who were once ‘friends’ to start squeezing the neck of each other…
According to Rev. Owusu Bempah, it’s because of politics (and money) that Duncan Williams has turned against him. He said “Duncan Williams has turned against me because of politics, although he was the very person who laid hands on me. But when I send my tithes to him, he receives them. I have stopped going to him since he came out to attack me and question my credibility because I had given a prophecy that did not favour President Mahama and the National Democratic Congress.
“The Archbishop came out to question my calling but when I go to his house, he sends me to his bedroom and we sit on his bed and have discussions and when he sees me, he calls me ‘Prophet’. He is not my spiritual father. But he was the one who laid hands on me. That ordination was to have been done by Eastwood Anaba. Salifu Amoako was ordained with me on that day.”
In order to set the grounds and bring you to date with the recent development which has made this article necessary, let’s quickly consider the background.
One of the most powerful men of God in the West Africa country-Ghana who by might and supposed God’s anointing has found himself in charge of if not the biggest, one of the biggest chapels in the capital openly ridiculed women last Sunday to the total acceptance of his many congregants, shockingly the women.
And his bigot statements took their roots from the Bible as he had a biblical quotation to illustrate how unworthy women are—‘as 7 women are for one man’.
“It’s a privilege to be married. It’s a privilege in the time we live in when it’s seven [women] to one man’’
“Sister when you get married, be thankful and stop misbehaving because it’s seven to one. It doesn’t matter how pretty and beautiful and intelligent you are; until a man proposes to you, you are going to stay beautiful, pretty, intelligent, nice and whatever, and rotten”.
“That’s what it is, and somebody needs to tell you because there [are] so many women out there misbehaving. You got to be told the truth. And the reason why a lot of marriages are not working is because everybody is afraid to offend women to tell them: ‘Come on girl, you got a good thing going, hold fast onto it, don’t misbehave and don’t lose it’”.
“And somebody says: ‘How about the men?’ They got issues too but you see, the fact of the matter is that a man can be 100 years old and marry again if he ‘moves’. A man can be 100 years and marry if he can ‘drive’. But a woman just can’t get married at a particular age. [It] gets to a place [where] everything begins to melt and you can’t marry just because you want to marry”,
“It is what it is, and sometimes we don’t want to hear the truth. We get offended when the truth is said, but I have come to a place [where] I tell people that I have lost my reputation a long time ago, and so it doesn’t really matter whether you like me or you don’t like me, and I don’t preach to impress people anymore. I stopped doing that a long time ago. I deliver what I’m told to deliver, and whether you receive it or not is none of my business; it’s your business”, he said.
Since its inception, religion (especially Christianity and Islam) has treated women with gross contempt and still considers our sisters, mothers and wives as inferior—unworthy of a lot. It’s therefore not much of a shock for many of us that certain positions in the church cannot be occupied by even the most intelligent amongst women, for the mere fact that the person is a woman.
Look around the world to the poor regions and even though the solution to poverty simply lies in elevating women, any attempt to enforce women empowerment has and will be met with the clergy’s objection. For many years, religion backed by its holy books has and continues to oppress women—with some of the alleged great works and roles played by women like Mary Magdalene even disappearing from the Bible.
The very holy books based on which the two aforementioned religions operate have no idea and acknowledgement of the concept of equality—and fails to recognise the important roles women have in society by pushing them behind the veil. Women are positioned as helpers of men, with no real purpose in life—except the one I have just noted.
Considering the era in which these religious texts were written, you could forgive them for the way and manner they view women, but if in a 21st century democratic Ghana, a Bishop in charge of thousands of congregants can make the above statements with strong reliance on the bible—it surely must be met with anger and be treated with the same gross contempt it came with.
Founder and Leader of the Christian Action Faith Ministries, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams, has a very dire warning for us the people of Ghana: the ‘demonic’ disease Ebola is right on our doorstep and we need to get ready.
The pastor made the pronunciation during the church service to his congregation and as reported by Starrfmonline.
According to him, he received a very a very special visit from God, and after some stimulating conversation the revelation was made to him.
“I was resting and at 1am, the Spirit of the Lord woke me up and He said: ‘Are you sleeping?’ And I said: ‘Yes I’m sleeping’, and He said: ‘Wake up!’ So I did and He said: ‘You have to go into prayer because the Ebola virus is looking for a door to enter your country between October [and] November’. So I’m telling you, you can write it down. I don’t just say things”
The Archbishop went on to describe how he gave the same warning in Liberia, and that based on his 38 years experience in ministry, he believes he has built enough credibility for people to take this warning seriously.
Interestingly, he touched on some of the conspiracy theories people bandy about behind the source of this outbreak, but also said that is not particularly his priority. The priority is to get Ghanaians prepared for a disease killing people on such a level, that it can only be described as demonic.
Many people have bought far into the God theory which others prefer to call the God delusion, a scheme that makes certain people on top the hierarchy rich and those below poor…
Interesting, those on top called ‘religious leaders’ do not work and continue to preach to those below that; the hand which does not work should not eat in order to get them to work as hard as possible to accumulate money and peacefully hand over to them.
As Christopher Hitchens said ‘sure, non-believers sometimes do stupid things too’ but religion can make even the wisest man result to absurdity—such as praying for the a falling currency in a global economy to rise.
Seriously, we need to adjust our thinking and way of doing things… Stealing the words of Voltaire, I say “those who can make you believe absurdity can make you commit atrocity.”
How on earth can anyone spiritually command a currency which is falling in an economy because of mismanagement and lack of grasp to rise?
Soon, we will be praying for dollars to fall from heaven! Our leaders will need to stop making a fool out of us…
Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams has spiritually “commanded” the falling cedi to “rise”.
Leading his followers, in Church today (Sunday), to pray for the recovery of the fast depreciating local currency, the Presiding Bishop and General Overseer of the Christian Action Faith Ministries (CAFM) headquartered in the national capital, Accra, said: “…I hold up the cedi with prayer and I command the cedi to recover and I declare the cedi will not fall; it will not fall any further. I command the cedi to climb. I command the resurrection of the cedi. I command and release a miracle for the economy”.
The cedi has already depreciated by three per cent against the major international currencies this month.
The US dollar, which sold at Ghc2.20 on the local foreign exchange market before Christmas last year, now sells at Ghc2.60.
With certainty, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams has said, God did not call Komla Dumor and that his death was not from God, but something else…
This could be true and this could be false too. How did he know God did not call him or his death was as a result of something else? Already, there are unmoving rumours that his recent visit to Ghana for the Christmas brrought his death, fueled by some people who did not like his success…
The General Overseer of Christian Action Faith Ministries (CAFM), Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams says the sudden passing of ace BBC broadcaster, Komla Dumor, is not of God.
He said, 41-year-old Komla Dumor was a “very spiritual person with a good heart” which makes it difficult to explain why he should die at the prime of his life. “He was one that didn’t have just a good head [God] but had a good heart; it was something phenomenal”.
The former Joy FM/BBC presenter died of a heart attack in his home in London on Saturday, January 18, 2014. He was survived by three children and a wife.