- Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams has rained curses on journalists who give misleading account of his sermons
- The man of God, who is unhappy about journalists misrepresenting his sermons to sell their newspapers and news opined, all such individuals and their bloodline will not go scot-free
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Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams has sent a stern warning to journalists who twist and misrepresent his sermons to make news to be careful.
According to the founder of the Action Chapel International, anybody who does that will suffer the consequences with their generations.
He bemoaned the norm where journalists will twist his preachings to make headlines, just to sell their newspapers or stories.
Speaking at a service on Sunday, January 5, 2020, Archbishop Duncan-Williams said all such persons and their children will pay the price for maligning and persecuting him in the media.
“I have accepted persecution and persecution sometimes comes with misrepresentation. People misrepresent me, even my preaching. When I preach they will find something and take something out of what I said. To blow it and make a headline to sell.
"You used me to make wealth. I have forgiven you but the principle is clear, you’ll reap what you sow so keep on using my name on social media to gain points, make money, confuse people, misrepresent me, lie about me, use me anyway you want to, but let me announce to you, you will not go scot-free, there are consequences which will follow your bloodline. It’s just a matter of time and you will know that scripture cannot be broken.” he said.
He reiterated any journalist or media house that uses his name falsely to sell their news will not go scot-free.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a professional nurse in Ghana by name Makafui Amenyaglo has been hospitalized as she is sick and in urgent need of financial assistance for a surgery to be carried out on her.
Makafui Amenyaglo is a single mother of a seven-year-old boy who has been greatly affected by the mother's condition for years.
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