Just because I am Duncan-Williams's niece doesn't mean I have to be like him- Sister Afia

Just because I am Duncan-Williams's niece doesn't mean I have to be like him- Sister Afia

Sister Afia, one of Ghana’s emerging Highlife artistes has said even though is the niece of the known man of God, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, she is not inclined to follow his ways.

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Everybody has their role in life, your role is to be a presenter, his role is to be a Bishop and my role is to be a musician. The type of music I have chosen comes with a lot of ups and downs, false stories, and bashing,” she said in a interview with Bolgatanga-based A1 Radio.

I can't be like my uncle Duncan Williams

Archbishop Duncan-Williams

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According to her, they are different people with different paths, and the fact that they are related does not mean they must tow the same line.

The artiste first shot to the spotlight when she featured Dancehall king Shatta Wale on her hit song, ‘Jeje.’

I can't be like my uncle Duncan Williams

Sister Afia

The musician in a recent interview with Delay, disclosed that she is a very religious person, stating she is a member of the International Central Gospel Church.

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