Archbishop Duncan-Williams celebrated online as he turns 64
- Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams has clocked 64 years old today, May 12, 2021
- The general overseer of the Action Chapel International (ACI) Ministry was born on May 12, 1957
- The highly-revered preacher has been celebrated in a post by Bishop James Kwaku Saah
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The general overseer of the Action Chapel International (ACI) Ministry, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, has clocked 64 years old today, May 12, 2021.
Nicholas Duncan-Williams who is the presiding archbishop of the ACI was born on May 12, 1957, marking over six decades of celebrating this momentous day.
The highly-revered preacher, who has mentored and provided guidance to gospel personalities including Dag Heward-Mills, Bishop James Kwaku Saah among others, has been celebrated on social media as he marks his new age.
In a Facebook post by Bishop James Kwaku Saah, he acknowledged that Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams has been an inspiration to him after over three decades of knowing him.
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''After 32 years of knowing you Papa, you have been an inspiration and an astute leader. May God continuously bless and deliver you from the expectations of the enemy. Enter into new favours and dream new dreams. We call you blessed of God, Papa,'' he posted.
The heartwarming post of appreciation and prayer has garnered birthday compliments from the church members of Bishop Saah, Duncan-Williams, and loved ones.
Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams is a Ghanaian charismatic pioneer, the presiding archbishop, and general overseer of the Action Chapel International (ACI) ministry, headquartered in Accra, Ghana.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported the executive director of the African Aurora Business Network (AABN) Foundation, Maureen Odoi, has launched her new book titled 12 Golden Secrets for Entrepreneurs.
Maureen Odoi who is the co-founder of the AABN, which has survived two decades of impacting Ghana's young enterprises, launched the 12-chapter business-focused manual to provide entrepreneurs with keys on how to innovate and attract private and public capital for their business.
In a post by Joy News show host, Charles Ayitey, he disclosed that Odoi began her entrepreneurial journey selling kontomire (cocoyam leaves) in the market centres in Accra.
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