The wife of Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, Rosa Whitaker has opened up for the first time in an interview with her 9-year marriage with the 'man of God'.
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According to Rosa, marrying the founder and leader of the Action Chapel International has been a huge blessing to her life.
Speaking in an interview recently with the Intelligent Lady Magazine, Madam Whitaker disclosed that her marriage has expanded positives throughout her life.
“I think marriage was a fulfillment of purpose. I was alone for many years but marriage has expanded everything that I was doing in a very positive way. There was no substitute for a Godly marriage. I am happy to no longer walk this journey alone- although companionship and marriage took a long time to come together for me,” she said.
The respected businesswoman told the Magazine that her husband has been very supportive to her both as a wife and a career woman, therefore combining marriage and business has never been a big deal for her.
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“Well that goes back again to purpose because I believe that God has to be the source and centre of any successful marriage. My husband, Archbishop Duncan-Williams, and I never disagree on this, so we commit everything to prayer. He is supportive of me and God’s call on my life and I am very supportive of him.” Rosa said.
She also revealed that, “I understood that if I married I would only marry a man whose vision I could support. And so I am married to my husband but I am also married to his mission. I support, protect and I’m fiercely loyal to his mission" .
She however advised single woman, “being single does not mean living a life of misery. If you are miserable as a single woman you’re going to be miserable as a married woman”.
Rosa Whitaker is described as a woman with solid educational background. She is the President and CEO of The Whitaker Group (TWG), and also recognized as a leading expert on African trade and business investment.
She got married to Archbishop Duncan-Williams some nine years ago after he divorced his first wife, Francisca.
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