Ghanaians speak after Duncan-Williams' son appeared in video enjoying with 2 call girls

Ghanaians speak after Duncan-Williams' son appeared in video enjoying with 2 call girls

- Some Ghanaians have shared varied reactions amid the latest saga concerning Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams and his son, Daniel

- The son of the General Overseer of the Action Chapel International ministry recently dropped a lewd video of himself with two other ladies on social media

- The video and its related developments have evoked reactions from Ghanaian across the world

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Some Ghanaians have reacted in the wake of recent developments concerning Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams and his son, Daniel.

The videos were subsequently followed by a live session from Daniel, who took to his various social media platforms to interact with his fans and friends.

The young rapper, with career name Dee Wills, among other allegations made against his family, said his father was not in support of his rap career, and as a result, has cut ties with him.

Social media was set ablaze on Tuesday, June 9, 2020, when obscene videos of Daniel Duncan-Williams emerged online.

@DonZigah indicated that ''until you give birth to a deviant child never assume you’re a strong parent. Stop disrespecting the Archbishop.''

He added: ''Stand with him In prayers. Folded hands.''

@CampusVibesGh1 noted Duncan-Williams' son is old enough to make decisions of his own.

He said: ''Give reverence to whom reverence is due. His son is a grown a** man who is responsible for his action and inactions.''

''God will do it again!

You may not know HOW but He will come through for you,''@PkAkyina wrote.

@liltunchie13 said: ''Lord please heal him.follow for a follow back Red heart.''

Meanwhile, a statement issued by the spokesperson for the family, Bishop Ebenezer Obodai on Tuesday, June 9, said that Daniel suffers from acute bipolar disorder.

The statement further indicated that the significance of psychological health has become personal to the family since Daniel was diagnosed six years ago.

Bishop Ebenezer Obodai revealed that Daniel has undergone the very best medical interventions, treatments and hospitalisations, yet he still experiences relapses.

In a related story, had reported that Daniel Duncan-Williams, had been arrested by the police in the US, on the morning of Wednesday, June 10, 2020.

Daniel's arrest follows his most recent outburst on social media on Tuesday, June 9, 2020.

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