- Duncan Williams has kicked against the culture of linking the success of a woman to promiscuity
- The archbishop argues that women must be respected for their contribution to the country
- Duncan Williams believes every woman has the potential of becoming relevant in the country
Founder of the Action Faith Chapel International, Archbishop Duncan Williams, does not understand the reason(s) why the success of a Ghanaian woman is linked to her being promiscuous.
The famous Charismatic pastor says such a perception is unfounded hence the need for society to refrain from that. Duncan Williams is of the view that such perceptions and stigma should not have a place in the Ghanaian culture.
“A foreigner can come into this country and drive a private jet on the motorway and it is acceptable but if a young lady drives a private jet or a Mercedes, or a Rolls-Royce, they’ll say: ‘Who’s your sugar daddy?’; ‘or she’s selling cocaine’”, the founder of Action Chapel International bemoaned to his congregation on Sunday, 24 June during his second sermon.
Duncan-Williams says the liberation of women must be taken very seriously in the country. He feels the entire culture of relegating a woman to the kitchen is highly unacceptable.
According to him, the contribution of women to Ghana's society continues to be highly appreciated across the country and even abroad.
“So, in this society, it’s like women don’t have sense and head to work, they don’t have brains, a woman only makes it by sleeping with a man. … Who told you that?," he asked.
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