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Leave me out of NDC and NPP politics-Duncan Williams

Bishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams,  the Presiding Archbishop and General Overseer of the Action Chapel International Ministry has distanced himself from the two major political parties in the country state unequivocally is not a member or sympathizer of either of them.

There have several reports linking the anointed Man of God to the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and the National Democratic Congress (NDC) in time past depending whoever was making the allegations and under what premise.

But speaking publicly on this for the first time during Starr Chat on Wednesday, he said: “I don’t belong to a political party. I have told them in the past and I’ve stop talking because people will believe what they want to believe. I’m not NDC or NPP. I’ve been told any time NPP is in office, they said I’m NPP. They did that to me when President Kufuor came to office. They told President Kufuor I was NDC. They said: ‘This man is NDC and he’s a friend of President Rawlings’, and one time me and Kufuor met, we were chatting and it came up and I said: ‘Yes, I’m a friend of President Rawlings but I’m not NDC’, and then some people went and told President Rawlings that: ‘Your friend is now NPP’, so it’s something they do to me.”

On how he receive this political tagging he stated :” If you understand the psyche of your people, it is who we are as Ghanaians. We are very petty people, we are petty compared to other people and we dwell on pettiness and pettiness kills purpose, so, I just let people talk.”

“The same thing was done to me when President Mills came to office. They went to lie to him and said all kinds of things that I’m NPP, all kinds of stuff and everything and I really had to go through a lot of misrepresentation here and there and the only person who stood up for me and defended me was former President John Dramani Mahama. He said Papa is a man of God, he will pray for anybody in authority so throw this thing away.”

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