Nicholas Duncan-Williams Biography, Age, Early Life, Family, Education, Career And Net Worth

Nicholas Duncan-Williams

Nicholas Duncan-Williams is a Ghanaian pastor, writer and the Presiding Archbishop and General Overseer of the Action Chapel International (ACI) ministry.

He is the founder of the Charismatic Movement which started 40 years ago in Ghana, hence he is being called a Ghanaian Charismatic Pioneer by all and sundry.  He is also the Founder and President of Prayer Summit International (PSI).
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Nicholas Duncan-Williams Profile

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Full name: Nicholas Duncan-Williams
Date of birth: 12th May 1957 
Age: 63 years (2020)
Nationality: Ghanaian
Parents: Florence Taiwo Nana Akweley Bruce, E.K. Duncan-Williams
Spouse(s): Francisca Duncan-Williams ​(divorced)​, Rosa Whitaker
Children: Elsie, Ella, Joel, Daniel
Education: Church of God Mission International Bible College
Religion: Christianity
Occupation: Pastor, entrepreneur
Net worth

Nicholas Duncan-Williams Biography, Date Of Birth, Early Life, Family And Education

Nicholas Duncan-Williams was born on the 12th of May 1957 to the family of Florence Taiwo Nana Akweley Bruce and E.K. Duncan-Williams in Accra Ghana. He is a clear example of a miracle child, having been born even after the doctors told her mother of the rise the pregnancy posed on her health, and subsequently tried terminating it.

Months after that, Baby Nicholas survived the medical procedure. It was then discovered that she was actually carrying twins—with baby Nicholas being the only survivor.

Nicholas Duncan-Williams's father, Chief E.K. Duncan-Williams became actively involved in his life at the age of 16. With 43 sisters and brothers, Nicholas primarily raised himself learning the art of survival through difficult circumstances at a very young age.


Nicholas Duncan-Williams on multiple occasions, nearly lost his life while growing up. In 1976, young Nicholas was led to Christ by Mrs Raj (Hemalatha John Rajaratnam) of Nurses Training College, while he was on a sickbed after losing three of his fingers.

His repentance marked a turning point in his life and over the period, his passion for Christ got strengthened. He decided to devote his career to serving God and in a bid to achieve this, signed up for pastoral training in Church of God Mission International Bible College, Nigeria.

After completing his training, Nicholas Duncan-Williams returned back to Ghana where he purposed to begin his ministry. He started the Action Chapel International in his first year of practising. He also founded the Christian Action Faith Ministries (CAFM), Ghana's first Charismatic church.

Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams started his ministry in a small way. Then, he would often organise prayer meetings in his father’s house. With time, he expanded as the movement grew and moved to other places in ghana like the Tradefair, Diplomatic Shop and International Students' Hall.

In 1992, the Christian Action Faith Ministries secured a building in Spintex Road, where they set up its headquarters, at the Prayer Cathedral. After this, it started working on expanding to other parts of Ghana and beyond, including Europe and North America.

CAFM has over the years, grown into one of the biggest African churches, with over 2,000affiliate and 250 branch churches located in North America, Europe, and Africa.

Archbishop Duncan-Williams is also the founder of Dominion University, Ghana.

Personal Life

Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams got married to Francisca Duncan Williams at the age of 24 and got divorced in 2006, after 26 years of marriage. The divorce was termed by ghbase.com as one of the most shocking divorces in the history of Ghana. The marriage was blessed with four children, Elsie, Ella, Joel and Daniel.
In 2007, Nicholas remarried to Mrs Rosa Whitaker, the CEO of the famous 'The Whitaker Group' (TWG). Her company has expertise in dealing with African trade, business and Investment. 


Books self-published by Duncan-Williams include:
• The Incredible Power of a Praying Woman
•  Destined to Make an Impact
• Enforcing Prophetic Decrees Vol. 1
• Enforcing Prophetic Decrees Vol. 2: Prayer Watch for Community Transformation
• Born with a Destiny
• The Price of Greatness
• Understanding the Father Factor
• Powers Behind the Scene
• Building a Memorial
• Binding the Strong Man
• Birthing the Promises of God in Travail
•  Divine Timing
• Praying Through the Promises of God
• When Mothers Pray
• Turning Pain to Power
•  Divine Timing
• Prayer Moves God 
• The Supernatural Powers of a Praying Man
• Worship a Secret Weapon

Social Media Handles

You can connect with Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams on:
Twitter @ArchbishopNick
Instagram @ArchbishopNick

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