- Francisca Duncan-Williams has admonished women not to take sides with Pepper Dem and Sugar Dem ministries
- She revealed that the work of a woman was to complement a man and vice versa
Francisca Duncan-Williams, former wife of the Presiding Archbishop and General Overseer of the Action Chapel International Ministry, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, has opened up on the roles of men and women in marriage or relationships.
Speaking in an interview on Accra-based Joy News, the ex-wife of the popular man of God revealed that men and women were supposed to complement each other.
Quoting from the Bible, the woman of God said it was not good for a man to be alone but needed a woman to complement him and vice versa.
She added that to “Pepper Dem” or “Sugar Dem” may not be the best either way but rather, both men and women were to be each other’s helper and work together.
Francisca Duncan-Williams said a woman needed the help of a man to lift a heavy load because more often than not, women had limited strength.
However, she revealed that there were things women could do that men could never do, like getting pregnant and going through childbirth.
In effect, the woman of God revealed that there were roles specialized for men and some for women so it was only wise for both parties to work hand in hand instead of working against each other.
Video Credit: Joy News
She said she had seen men faint in the labor ward because they could not stand the sight of a woman delivering a baby.
In a wide-ranging interview, the woman of God commented on her marriage and divorce to the popular man of God. She revealed that it was through his help that she became a woman of God.
She recounted how they complemented each other and how they worked together to build the church from the ground up.
The marriage of Archbishop Duncan-Williams and Francisca Duncan-Williams hit the rocks in late 2001.
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