- Duncan Williams has downplayed claims of he being a partisan pastor
- The archbishop says he is not interested in any of the major political parties
Archbishop Nicholas Duncan William has clarified perceptions made against him over his political ties as he has revealed that he has no linkages to the opposition NDC party.
In an interview with Bola Ray on Starr FM, Duncan William maintained that he does not have an affection for either of the major political parties in country.
He says most Ghanaians get him wrong whenever a political party comes to office as people misinterpreted his good intentions for the party to mean he being partisan. The pastor says he is only interested in praying for the nation and also ensuring that the country is spiritually mortified.
“I’m not NDC or NPP. I’ve been told any time NPP is in office, they said I’m NPP. They did that to me when President Kufuor came to office. They told President Kufuor I was NDC. They said: ‘This man is NDC and he’s a friend of President Rawlings’, and one time me and Kufuor met, we were chatting and it came up and I said: ‘Yes, I’m a friend of President Rawlings but I’m not NDC’, and then some people went and told President Rawlings that: ‘Your friend is now NPP’, so it’s something they do to me.” excerpts of his interview revealed.
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