- Archbishop Duncan Williams has said some single women sleep with married men to live lavish lifestyles.
- According to him, such women are ‘sick’.
- He urged such single women to desist from the act of ‘trading’ their body for money in the name of taking their children to big time schools.
The founder and general overseer of Action Chapel International, Archbishop Nicholas Dunacan-Williams, says that it is senseless for a single mother to have an affair with a married man.
Duncan Williams says most single mothers sleep with married men in order to live lavish lifestyles.
He added that the insatiable quest by those single mothers to take their children to high class schools also make them chase other people’s husbands.
He says such single mothers do this also to show-off in the society.
According to Duncan Williams, sending one’s children to an expensive school is not a problem when one can afford.
However, for a single mom to sleep with a married man in the name of footing the bills of her child in a high class school is senseless.
“There is nothing wrong if you want to send your children to the best of Schools like SOS, Lincoln, Ghana International and the rest.”
“But that does not mean that you must trade your body to someone else’s husband to pay big fees for your child.”
“So if you are a single woman and you are doing that because you want to show off in the society that your child attends one of the best schools, then you are sick; you are a shegelele,” the Archbishop stressed.
He made these comments last Sunday when he preached in his church on the necessity to go through right processes in life to be adequately prepared to face the future
Duncan Williams, however, dispelled the general notion that only people who have schooled in high class educational centres succeed in life.
He mentioned personalities including Dr. Ekwow Spio-Garbrah and distinguished banker Fred Oware, who never attended the so-called big schools but are successful men.
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