- Archbishop Duncan Williams' son Daniel has opened up on his father's wealth and his own inheritance
- According to Daniel, his father owns a plush mansion at Fairfax County in Virginia, one of the richest neighbourhoods in America
- In one of his many videos, Daniel claimed that the house is his inheritance
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Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams' son, Daniel Duncan Williams, has made some revelations about his father's wealth.
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According to Daniel, his father owns a plush mansion in Fairfax County in Virginia, one of the wealthiest neighbourhoods in the United States.
Daniel who is the last born child of the Action Chapel International founder and leader made the revelation in one of his rants on social media on Tuesday, June 9, 2020.
As earlier reported by YEN.com.gh, Daniel caused a stir on social media after dropping some unexpected videos.
After his videos went viral Daniel went live on Periscope to make some stunning revelations about himself, his father, and the family in general.
While talking on Periscope got angered by a question from a follower and started bragging about his inheritance.
Among them was the mansion which he further described as even more like a castle than your mansion.
Revealing details about the mansion, Daniel revealed that it has an indoor and outdoor swimming pool and it is fitted with elevators.
You can watch the video by clicking here.
Menawhile, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams has released a statement on his son, Daniel's recent outbursts on social media.
According to the 'man of God', Daniel has a serious illness and his outbursts are as a result of his refusal to take medication
The statement thus pleaded with Ghanaians to continue praying for the family
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