Francisca Duncan-Williams, former wife of the Presiding Archbishop and General Overseer of the Action Chapel International Ministry, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, is a beautiful woman, no doubts.
Her marriage to the Papa of Prayer, however hit the rocks over a decade ago, and the news went viral as it shock the christian community hard in 2001, when the Archbishop announced it to his members after a Sunday service, at his Prayer Cathedral on the Spintex Road.
The ex-wife of the popular man of God has severally revealed that she "was not a woman of God before she married the pastor." In a past interview, she insists that, Archbishop Duncan Williams "had put some fire in her and made her a woman of God. As a result, she indicated that she owed a great debt of gratitude to Archbishop Duncan-Williams."
This fire has played a role in her own church plant that meets every Sunday for years now, after their divorce. In a video that remains one of the most watched about her online, she added that she fought spiritually, prayed a lot and before deciding to start a church.
Today, she mentors many pastors and also pastors her own church called Doxa Citadel and we thought you will love to see pictures from her church too:
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