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Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams

The founder of Action Chapel International, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams says not all men of God are anointed to move with politicians.

In his view, it takes special grace and anointing to navigate such difficult terrains.

In an interview on Accra-based Citi FM to mark his 60th birthday said “I think that to relate to the powers that be is a calling, it’s an anointing and its grace”.

Making references to biblical times, the renowned man of God said “Daniel was called to stand in the courts of Kings, Princes and Princesses and he could speak against Kings and prophecy against them and they couldn’t touch him.

Female teachers in basic and second cycle institutions in the country have been banned from wearing skimpy dresses as well as trousers henceforth, a directive from the Ghana Education Service(GES) revealed.

According to a letter signed by the Hohoe Municipal Director of Education Wordui Joseph K, teachers must distinguish themselves from the manner in which they dress at home [casually] and for officials duties warning that those who defy the directive in accordance with GES dress code will face sanctions.

Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams

The Presiding Archbishop and General Overseer of the Action Chapel International Ministry, Nicholas Duncan-Williams says he had to brave many odds to become successful because it was his way of dealing with the serial betrayal he suffered.

“People will betray you [no matter] what you do or what you don’t do [to them] if the spirit of betrayal has provoked them or deployed them,” the charismatic preacher told Kojo Yankson on the Super Morning Show, Friday, May 12, 2017, which also marks his 60th birthday anniversary.

Regarded in other parts of the world as the ‘Apostle of Strategic Prayer’, Archbishop Duncan-Williams said he “learned over the years not to be bitter and not to be offended because, when people betray you, it’s like a dagger going through your heart and if you don’t understand how to deal with it, it can kill you”.

Ms Justice Sophia Akuffo

A Justice of the Supreme Court of Ghana, Ms Justice Sophia Akuffo, has been nominated for appointment as the new Chief Justice of the Republic of Ghana.

She will take over from the sitting Chief Justice, Mrs Justice Georgina Theodora Wood, who retires on June 9, 2017.

Ms Justice Akuffo, who has a master’s degree in Law (LLM) from the University of Harvard in the United States of America (USA), has been a justice of the Supreme Court since 1995.