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Presiding Archbishop and General Overseer of the Action Chapel International ministry, Nicholas Duncan-Williams turned 60 on May 12 having been born in 1957.

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The ‘Papa’ as he is fondly called was raised by his mother, Florence Bruce for fourteen years before encountering his father who has 29 other children.

The man credited with the charismatic movement reckons there is more to be done to shape lives.

“I want to do what I do the best. Touching lives, impacting lives, transforming lives, helping people discover their reason for being, why they came into this world and empower them and help them to fulfill it.”

The former Borstal Institute inmate intimated: “……..I’m back in the schools and going back to the outreach days. I’ve trained a lot of pastors and bishops who can run everything without me. I’ve done it in a way that they don’t really need me to be here to get things to work… That is the way I want to run things, be around but let others be more relevant than me, and stay in the background, impact and raise up future generations.” wishes the Dominion University founder and Rosa Whitaker’s hubby a happy 60th birthday. Cheers.



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