Duncan-Williams youngest son Daniel apologises to his father over recent outburts

Duncan-Williams youngest son Daniel apologises to his father over recent outburts

- Daniel Duncan-Williams has apologised to his father, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams

- The apology from Daniel comes after his recent outbursts on social media in which he made many accusations against his father

- In his apology letter, Daniel described his allegations against his father as false

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Daniel Duncan-Williams, the youngest son of Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, has apologised to his father over recent allegations he made against him.

Daniel, the last son of Duncan-Williams went berserk and released obscene videos of himself and girls having fun on social media on June 9, 2020.

Apart from the video, he also went live on Periscope and Instagram to make a lot of claims, many of which were derogatory remarks against his father.

It late emerged that Daniel was suffering from a severe mental illness and his outbursts were as a result of his refusal to take his medication.

Not long after his outbursts, a video surfaced online showing Daniel had been apprehended by security officials to be taken to psychiatry.

Days after his admission Daniel seems to have is gained sanity and has found it prudent to apologise to his father.

In a post on his social media handles, on Thursday, June 18, 2020, Daniel described his father as the best father anyone could ever wish for.

He also expressed gratitude to his father for loving him even through all the trials and tribulations.

"Dear Daddy, I would like to humbly apologise for the false accusations...you are the best father anyone could ever wish for. Thank you for loving me even through all the trials and tribulations," his apology letter read.

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