In an article publication which dated three days ago mentioned the Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, Founder and General Overseer of Christian Action Faith Ministries, aka, Action Chapel International headquartered off the Spintex Road, few distance away from the Accra Mall as being the paramount leader of a Government Delegation that traveled to the Palace of Otumfuo Osei Tutu II to seek pardon on the behalf of Kumasi’s Mayor, Mr. Kojo Bonsu for disrespecting Otumfuor Osei Tutu.
This publication, however, turns out to be false publication. Sunday, 3rd of July, 2016 in church (Action Chapel International), the Archbishop leading his congregation in worship to the Lord stated,
“our fast for the month of July begins from Monday.”
Since Monday, 4th of July, 2016 the church led by the Archbishop himself gathered in prayer to seek the Lord’s face. The fasting and prayer ended yesterday.
In his statement, pointing out reference to the publication he vehemently said;
“how could it be said over the media that I led a government delegation to Otumfuo’s palace two days ago whilst I’ve been in the church premises during these fasting periods.”
Brothers and sisters out there in the eyes of the media I encourage you to take precautions in the things you decide to post out there all in the name of making ‘big names’ for yourselves and gain income.
Bible states in Psalm 105:15;
“Saying, Touch not mine anointed, and do my prophets no harm.”
The dangerous part of all these is that you who think you are making a name for yourself and your company ends up inquiring the anger of God upon you.
“Whatever seed you sow, that also shall you reap.” – Galatians 6:7
Get the facts right. Let the truth be the truth. Don’t curve it around.
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