One of the revered spiritual fathers of the nation, Ghana, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams, today dropped a fresh and new message to Ghanaians. He is the founder and leader of Action Chapel International. As one of the spiritual fathers of the country, he revealed that the Spirit of the Lord inspired him to call a multitude of 100,000 intercessors who would stand on behalf of the country to pray for the country from the 23rd of September to the 31st of December. He disclosed that an overwhelming number of lives have been lost since the COVID pandemic hit Ghana. He boldly declared that the politicians of which Nana Addo is included and scientists have done all that they can do.
"Our politicians and scientists are doing what they can", Duncan Williams.
However, they cannot deal with spirits. He explained now that it is now up to the church and believers to take over and conquer this pandemic which is an angel of death and demon for 100 days.
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