Daniel Duncan Williams ventures into gospel music; drops 'funky' gospel music video

Daniel Duncan Williams ventures into gospel music; drops 'funky' gospel music video

- Daniel Duncan Williams has wowed fans with a new gospel song titled Second Chance

- The burgeoning artiste was seen singing and dancing in the music video

- A number of people were seen dancing in the music video with the pastor's son

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Daniel Duncan Williams, the son of founder and leader of the Christ Action Faith Ministry, Archibishop Nicholas has ventured into making gospel music.

In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, the son of one of the most influential men of God in Ghana was seen dancing and singing in what looked like his first gospel song.

The song which is believed to be titled Second Chance saw Daniel singing and dancing with some performers.

Daniel Duncan Williams ventures into gospel music; drops 'funky' gospel music video
Daniel Duncan Williams ventures into gospel music; drops 'funky' gospel music video
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He was seen singing passionately and showing off his sleek dance moves including Azonto and Shorkee.

After posting the video, Daniel Duncan Williams who is known as Dee Wills, or Mr Duncan Williams captioned it: "As we go through these hard times, if you don’t have comfort like Jesus, you will always feel lost. I pray even as you watch this video may the spirit of the Lord touch you and may you feel his presence and know truly there is hope and comfort in Christ... Second Chance playing now on youtube"

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Many fans and followers of the musician took to the comment section to react to the music video.

ms.charway came in with the comment: "Obroni Papii with the moves"

sabrinaadarkwa wrote: "Awesome"

naana__erskine also commented with some fire emojis

There were other comments that show fans of the pastor's son were 'feeling' the song.

Speaking about men of God, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that outspoken man of God and founder of the Alabaster Ministry, Prophet Kofi Oduro has asked his church members not to give him any seed if they have not taken care of family first.

While speaking in what looked like a Sunday service and sighted by YEN.com.gh, the firebrand televangelist admonished his member to learn to be responsible family people first before thinking of giving to the church.

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