I’ll Use My Double Mask, I Have Sense – Archbishop Duncan-Williams Speaks

General Overseer of Action Chapel, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, has revealed the reason why he wore double nose masks at the funeral ceremony of the late former president J. J.  Rawlings.

During a Sunday service on Sunday, January 31, 2021, the archbishop shared that he has received several calls from his congregation and the general public asking his reason for wearing two nose masks.

“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,” Duncan-Williams said.

He then continued, “For the bible says, ‘Now to Him who is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all that we can imagine’, that words imagine means think and it is common sense, so use your head”.

During the funeral ceremony of the late former president, the archbishop was seen in a double nose mask which sparked some controversies.

The controversial personality who is also a businesswoman, Mzbel, was a part of the group of people who took to social media to question the faith of Christians.

She took to her Instagram page to troll the members of the archbishop’s chapel saying that while many have placed their faith in this man claiming that the current pandemic cannot affect them, this same prophet has been seen wearing not one but two nose masks.

Mzbel has been one to question the norms and values of Christianity for some time. She renounced the Christian religion a long time ago and has since then trashed the norms of the Christian religion claiming that Christians are being cheated and blinded with religion.

However, she recently got herself in trouble when she was reported to have gone to a group of fetish priestesses named Nae-We for spiritual assistance in an issue between her and Afia Schwar.

One may wonder if she is truly and atheist as she says.

 

By: Samuel Arthur

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