General Overseer of Action Chapel International, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams and his family have reacted to some recent developments concerning their son Daniel Duncan-Williams.
Daniel has been trending the for the past few hours after his Lewd videos and pictures surfaced online and set social media ablaze.
One of the videos featured two girls who were unclad in a swimming pool with him and having a s£xual encounter. He captioned it “Timeline asleep?”.
In another post, he dropped a video of himself oiling his manhood and twerking with the caption “AHHHHH HERRHHHH..yh I need my c***k sucked sis.. ”
After the videos went viral, Dee Wills hopped on Twitter Live, nak£d in bed with a blunt in hand to explain the reasons behind his actions. Click here if you missed it.
Finally, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams and his family have reacted to their son’s action.
A statement issued on Tuesday and signed by Bishop Ebenezer Obodai, the Spokesperson for the Archbishop and his family, said Daniel has been battling with acute bipolar disease for the past six years.
According to the man of God, he has taken Daniel (his son) through the best of medical intervention, treatments and hospitalization for his condition to improve yet he still experiences relapses when he does not continue on his prescribed medication.
The renowned preacher further revealed that this is a test of faith and he will surely overcome it.
“This is a test of his faith “I acknowledge the situation my son is in, and I still love him…please pray for us…. “Love covers a multitude of sins.” 1 Peter 4:8″ He said.
Read the full statement below:
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Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams and his family thank you for your prayers. Daniel’s outbursts on social media and elsewhere should not be media fodder or click-bait. We acknowledge that the obscenities are abhorrent but understand that he has a serious illness. Daniel has undergone the very best medical interventions, treatments and hospitalizations, yet he experiences relapses when he does not continue on his prescribed medication. The Archbishop says “this is a test of his faith, but he will overcome". In his own words; “I acknowledge the situation my son is in, and I still love him…please continue to pray with us…. “Love covers a multitude of sins.” 1 Peter 4:8 The Archbishop and his family continue to stand firm in their faith believing God for Daniel’s full deliverance, healing and restoration. We ask that you please respect their privacy as they navigate through this time. Psalms 3:3.