- Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams has claimed that some NDC church members have refused to pay tithes
- He added that it is because he often prays for the sitting government
- The man of God also revealed that politics is causing divisions in relationships
The general overseer of the Action Chapel International Ministry, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, has revealed that politics is negatively affecting tithes paid in church.
According to a report by Ghanaweb.com, he explained that some National Democratic Congress (NDC) church members are refusing to pay tithes.
The reason for their action, he said, is because he often prays for officials in the current government.
He added that politics often compels couples and siblings to hate each other, leading to bitterness amongst them.
“We are dividing people, our people in this church who are family; some NDC, some NPP and sometimes it’s amazing to see how they relate to one another.
Because of politics, we are dividing the churches. The churches are divided; husbands and wives, one is NDC, one is NPP and brothers and sisters; and the hatred and the bitterness and sometimes the arguments. The way they argue and the things they say”, he lamented.
Duncan-Williams further revealed how he is usually attacked by people from his church who belong to the opposition party being it the NPP or NDC.
He therefore took the opportunity to caution Ghanaians to be wary of the tension politics is creating in the country, as we are currently sitting on a time bomb.
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