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Founder of Action Faith Ministries
Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams

If things don’t change, there’ll be a ‘civil uprising’ in West Africa – Duncan-Williams predicts

Founder of Action Faith Ministries
       Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams

Founder and General Overseer of the Action Faith Ministry, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams has stated that the hostility in African politics coupled with unemployment amongst the youth are a sure recipe for chaos.

The man of God was speaking during an exclusive interview with Joy Business’s George Wiafe ahead of the upcoming African Business and Kingdom Leadership Summit and has predicted that if politicians in West Africa don’t change by delivering on their promises, an uprising similar to the Arab Spring is bound to happen after 2020. 

He said “I am predicting, by divine authority, after 2020 going if things don’t change, there will be an uprising, a civil uprising on the continent of Africa…You see the Arab uprising, there is a wind coming to Africa and to West Africa if something is not done”. 

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What is the Arab Spring? 

The Arab Spring was a series of violent anti-government protests, uprisings, and armed rebellions that spread across the Middle East in late 2010. It began in response to oppressive regimes and a low standard of living, beginning with protests in Tunisia.

Archbishop Duncan-Williams pleaded with Ghanaian politicians and politicians in other African countries to change the way they do their politics, else we are only transferring bitterness to our kids and grandkids who will are going to lead this country in the future. 

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“It looks like the same demons that fought the fathers are fighting the sons. And if we are not careful in this generation, we are transferring that bitterness and transferring that hatred to our kids, and to our kids kids”. 

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