Duncan Williams’ Apology Video To Muslims Distorted – NACCC

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The National Association of Charismatic and Christian Churches (NACCC) has condemned Duncan Williams apology video saying it was distorted by some unknown persons to create the impression that the archbishop has renounced his Christian faith

The viral video which saw Archbishop Duncan Williams allegedly apologising for defaming Islam turned out to be a distorted one. The National Association of Charismatic and Christian Churches (NACCC) has condemned Duncan Williams apology video saying it was distorted by some unknown persons to create the impression that the archbishop has renounced his Christian faith.

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Ghanaian Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams had allegedly made some negative remarks about Islam in an undated sermon which was posted on social media. This had stirred up back lash among many especially from the  Coalition of Muslim Organisations in Ghana (COMOG), who rose up to condemn the sermon, describing it as “a bundle of reprehensible fallacies and a vicious misrepresentation of Islamic practice of prayers and worship.”



Subsequently, another video which was about a said meeting between the Archbishop and some Ghanaian Imams, some of whom had challenged him to a debate to withdraw his negative remarks, also went viral. Duncan Williams apology video has been making rounds on social media. The video which saw the Archbishop apologizing to Muslims and indirectly disregarding his faith, left the public rather perturbed as to why the Bishop would make such statements.

However, NACCC has urged the public to ignore the video. According to the body, the video was carefully edited by some faceless persons whom were absolutely ignorant of the circumstances under which such a gathering and conversation was held.

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Duncan-Williams is the presiding General Overseer of Ghana’s largest charismatic church, Action Chapel International (ACI), and the President of the National Association of Charismatic and Christian Churches (NACCC) in Ghana. He has preached regularly on international TV- Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN). He is also known to have brought several prominent American ministers including T.D. Jakes, Dunnie Mclurkin, etc, to his church in Ghana.