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Duncan Williams explains why he wore double nose masks at Rawlings’ funeral

Ghanaians were in total shock when the founder and leader of the Action Chapel International, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, was spotted wearing two nose masks at the same time at the late former president of Ghana, Ft Lt Jerry John Rawlings’ funeral held at the Black Star Square on January 27, 2021.

Many wondered why the much-revered man of God was spotted wearing double nose masks due to his faith in God and his position in the Christendom.

However, Archbishop Duncan Williams has explained why he over shielded himself with two nose masks at Rawlings’ instruction.

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Delivering a sermon on Sunday,31st January 2021 Duncan Williams explained that his decision to wear double nose masks had nothing to do with faith but he did that out of common sense.

“Any atmosphere that is not prayer and Holy Ghost saturated, I will use my double mask and that has nothing to do with the faith that just has to do with common sense.

For the bible says, ‘Now to Him who is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all that we can imagine,’ that word imagine means ‘think’ and it is common sense so use your head,” Archbishop Duncan Williams disclosed

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