General Overseer of Action Chapel International, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams has reacted to the strange behaviour of his son Daniel Duncan-Williams that has made him a subject of trolls on social media.
The young man in a video sighted by MyNewsGh.com online is seen dancing naked and also chilling with naked ‘Slay Queens’ in a pool which left many Ghanaians in shock as to what may have come over the son of the powerful international preacher.
But a statement from the family signed by Bishop Ebenezer Obodai who is Spokesperson for Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams and family admits that Daniel has a serious illness.
“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 still experiences relapses when he does not continue on his prescribed medication”, the statement read in part.
Read the full statement below;
Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams’ statement regarding his son, Daniel’s actions and outburst on social media:
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 still experiences relapses when he does not continue on his prescribed medication.
The Archbishop says “this is a test of his faith. In his own words; “I acknowledge the situation my son is in, and I still love him…please pray for 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 trying time.
Psalms 3:3. But thou, O Lord, art a shield for me; my glory, and the lifter up of mine head.
Bishop Ebenezer Obodai
Spokesperson for Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams and family