- Archbishop Nicholas-Duncan Williams put on 2 masks when he attended the burial ceremony of the late Ft Lt Jerry John Rawlings
- As a renowned man of prayer, some Ghanaians have been wondering why the Action Chapel leader would take COVID-19 protocols so seriously
- Others have been speaking in favour of the man of God, suggesting that wisdom and fear of God can co-exist
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Founder and leader of the Action Chapel International, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, was spotted wearing two masks at the same time.
The photo of the popular charismatic leader was taken at the funeral of the late former President of Ghana, Ft Lt Jerry John Rawlings, at the Black Star Square on January 27, 2021.
The iconic man of God is renowned for his unwavering faith in God and the power that lies in prayer, which has gotten some people scratching their heads on why he was doubly serious about preventing COVID-19.
YEN.com.gh has gathered some of the interesting comments that came up after the photo hit social media.
Kofi Asomani used the occasion to downplay the power that lies in prayer, indicating that it is just mere hope and imagination.
Nana Yaw Poku came along with an unrelated but totally hilarious comment that got some people reacting spontaneously.
Queenbelle Laura backed the leader of Action Chapel International, saying there is nothing wrong with deciding to be wise whilst trusting God for intervention at the same time.
In another equally-compelling report, Queen Elizabeth II has eulogized the late former president of Ghana, Ft Lt Jerry John Rawlings as part of his burial ceremony that took place on January 27, 2021, at the Black Star Square.
In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Instagram handle of Factsandtruths_official, her Royal Majesty indicated that the late former president made an invaluable contribution to Ghana's democracy.
The queen also mentioned that she vividly recalls her visit to Ghana in 1999 and how relational Jerry John Rawlings was at several iconic meetings.
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