- Daniel Duncan-Williams, a son of Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams has spoken about him
- He said the father is willing to invest in his music career and wants him back home
- Daniel had earlier gone gaga releasing bad videos of himself and ladies on the internet
- He later begged for forgiveness saying he has turned a new leaf
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Daniel Duncan-Williams has said his father the archbishop, founder and leader of Action Chapel International, is willing to invest in his music.
Daniel is known to make secular songs though none of his songs have gained attention yet.
He disclosed that in addition to the father investing in his music, the archbishop has also made provisions for him to return home to him.
Daniel made these revelations in a tweet sighted by YEN.com.gh, asking his fans to clap for him.
Some fans have reacted to Daniel's tweet with their own opinions.
Kofi, for instance, advised Daniel against coming to Ghana with his own reason:
Jethro described the Archbishop as a loving man for taking Daniel back:
Father wrote in the Akan language that Daniel is a joker:
King said he was ready to listen to Daniel’s songs:
Kwame advised him to behave himself this time:
Mimi wondered why Duncan-Williams would support such a move with people’s offerings and tithes:
Richard argued that it is not a good thing for Duncan-Williams to support his son’s secular music career:
There are more of such responses from the fans.
Daniel had shut down the whole of social media when he published nude videos of him doing it with four women.
Later, his father came to say that he was having a mental challenge, calling on Ghanaians to pray for his son.
Daniel responded saying that he had turned over a new leaf.
Perhaps, this is why the father has decided to invest in his career if Daniel’s claim is anything to go by.
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