The musician was not right at all when it said 'Love goes where love is'. It is therefore no shock that popular son of arguably Ghana's number one Archbishop, Duncan Williams is after music sensation Gyakie.
Daniel Duncan Williams, the son of Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams has publicly professed love to the young musician who is the daughter of highlife great Nana Acheampong.
According to Duncan Williams who has become popular because of his actions and activity on social media as well as his bipolar condition, his love for the Ghanaian Afrobeat sensation, Jackline Acheampong popularly known as Gyakie is unquenchable.
It looks like this post of Daniel is one that he really means and was made when he was very fit and sound.
He shared on twitter that the Forever hitmaker should take his heart out of his chest because it’s hers.
In the post he is seen saying “I love you please, just take my heart out of my chest, it’s yours,”
Also in an earlier post shared by Duncan Williams, he said he was not only Mr. Loverman but he also spends money on ladies while adding that only broke boys ask girls to send them pictures, but he tells them to send their account details.
Daniel Duncan Williams if serious is not in the chase alone as he has Saahene, Despite’s rich son, to contend with although Gyakie has said she is not interested in love now as she wants to focus on her music.
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