- Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams has celebrated his birthday
- Born in 1957, the Action Chapel founder has turned 63 years
- Archbishop Duncan-Williams shared some photos on social media in celebraton
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Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, the founder and leader of Action Chapel International, has turned a year older on Tuesday, May 12, 2020.
Born in 1957, Papa, as Archbishop Duncan-Williams is affectionately called, is 63-years-old today.
In celebration of his birthday, Duncan-Williams' official Instagram handle shared some beautiful photos on social media.
Sharing the photos, Duncan-William was particularly grateful to God for adding another year to his life.
He also thanked well-wishers who recorded videos or sent messages ahead of time to celebrate him on his special day.
Among the photos sighted by YEN.com.gh was a stunning family showing portrait the revered 'man of God' with his wife, Rosa Whitaker, and children.
In the family photos, Duncan-Williams was seen dressed in a black kaftan-like outfit. Seated beside him was his wife while his four children, Ella, Daniel, Joel, and Elsie, stood behind them from left to right respectively.
Later, the children took turns to take photos with their father.
The photos got many people on social media wishing the revered 'man of God' well.
Actress Christabel Ekeh (@newchristabelekeh) said: "Happy birthday Papa. God bless you. Thank you so much . I love you."
Actor Prince David Osei (@princedavidosei) also said: "Happy birthday Papa."
@iranlowoofficial wished the Archbishop a long life: "Happy birthday to you sir long life and prosperity in the kingdom of God."
@pearlakua said: "Happy Birthday Papa may God continue to bless you ."
@hephzibahboateng said: "Happy glorious birthday once again my Papa, we love you so much ."
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