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Dominion Television wishes to thank all those from around the world who joined us in paying tribute to our Founder, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams on the occasion of his anniversary marking 45 years in ministry and his 65th birthday. From remote villages and State Houses across Africa, expressions of appreciation for the Archbishop poured in. We were truly blessed by the presence and tributes from global ministers and marketplace leaders during the 14-15th May 2022 program themed “Celebrating the Visionary-Honoring the Vision.” 

Central to the celebration was recognition of the Archbishop’s pioneering contributions as the Father of the Charismatic Movement in Ghana and other African countries. From Ghana to global reach, his ministry and prayer summits have impacted and transformed countless lives to the glory of God.  

Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams is the spiritual Father and coach to many leaders including Heads of State and many public servants; he has authored more than 30 books. Affectionately known as “Papa” and “the Apostle of Strategic Prayer,” the Archbishop’s footprints reverberate. His philanthropy includes scholarships, water, shelter for vulnerable people, and rehabilitation support for those suffering from addictions. His Compassion in Action non-profit organization supports orphans and widows; providing spiritual and physical nourishment for them. 

This milestone moment for Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams was celebrated in three historic events: a black-tie tribute dinner; a Sunday Founder’s Day service at Action Chapel International in Ghana; and a ‘Highest Praise’ concert thanking God for His many blessings. The Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams started ministry 45 years ago on college campuses in Ghana and used this occasion to officially launch his new ministry movement – Next-Gen – “Back to the Campuses” – a youth leadership development initiative that is being established on college campuses and secondary schools across Ghana with a primary focus on ministry, the market place, and public service.  

“It is within our power, reach, and responsibility to impact this generation – birthing, equipping, and disciplining a new community of Christ-like leaders of tomorrow possessing both the spirit of God and academic excellence. This is indeed among the greatest contributions we can make to our country and humanity for legacy and posterity” opined Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams to his birthday and anniversary guests. 

“45 years ago, God planted a deep desire in my heart to respond to the urgent cries, calls, and needs of Ghana’s youth. My spirit ached for this community as revelations unfolded about their suffering and significance in God’s plans and purposes for our country. I responded with a resounding “Amen” and my ministry was born on the campuses of Ghana’s colleges and universities.” – N. Duncan-Williams.

Several dignitaries were present at the various events including His Excellency the President of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Addo Danquah Akufo-Addo, Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia, Her Excellency the Vice President of Liberia, Jewell Howard-Taylor, and a VIP Delegation representing former President John Mahama, who was out of the country. Members of the Ambassadorial Corps were also in attendance with High Commissioners and Ambassadors representing Columbia, Sierra Leone, Rwanda, Israel, the USA, South Africa; Kenya, Nigeria, and Suriname. 

The Archbishop also received deeply moving tributes from ministry leaders such as Bishop TD Jakes, Apostle Chuck Pierce; Joshua Selman Nimmak, Bishop Noel Jones; Bishop Adam McNatt, and Action Chapel International’s own College of Bishops. Especially moving was the oral history and tribute from Apostle Daniel Kwame Saforo; the 97-year-old last living founder of the Pentecostal Movement in Ghana. The concert hosts MOG and Akesse Brempong were exceptional as were the dinner MCs Michelle Attoh and Nathaniel Attoh.

The Archbishop remains one of Ghana’s most iconic figures who continues to transform communities within his country of birth and beyond. We thank God for his life and continued strength and success.

Dominion TV; Africa’s Christian Lifestyle Network for Inspired and Empowered Living.



Some memories are held dearly. Some memories, when perceived are nothing but nightmares we hope to expunge from the eyes of our mind. To most in Ghana, the Tulsa race massacre is neither an episode heard of or seen but to Mother Viola Fletcher, a vile occurrence.

Memories that may never be forgotten oftentimes can be faded by beautiful ones and after 100 years, the shores of Ghana will gift her sweet and unforgettable memories.

It is the dream of every African American to one day visit the motherland and Mother Viola Fletcher and her brother, Hugh Van Ellis (Uncle Redd) who survived the destruction of Greenwood District are no exceptions.

Between 13th and 21st, August 2021, Mother Viola and Uncle Redd will have a lifelong dream fulfilled when Ghana welcomes them with open arms. This trip is sponsored by ‘Our Black Truth’, The African Communications Agency, Africa Legacy Fund and United Airlines.

Mother Fletcher and Uncle Redd will arrive in Ghana on 14th August 2021 and will be officially welcomed by the Ghana officials of the Diaspora African Forum (DAF).

Mother Fletcher and Uncle Redd will tour the City of Cape Coast, exploring the castles and dungeons where slaves were kept during the trans-Atlantic slave trade. Cape Coast is known for its role in the trans-Atlantic slave trade, being the largest slave-trading site in West Africa at the time. It will surely be an emotional experience where they will feel ‘in touch with their roots and history when they stand in the ‘Door of No Return’

As part of their tour in Ghana, Mother Fletcher and Uncle Redd will fly to Kumasi in the Ashanti Region of Ghana where they will meet the Asantehene, King of the Ashanti people in the Manhyia Palace. The Ashanti empire was known for its military prowess, wealth and natural resources; most notably, gold and cocoa. The Ashanti kingdom holds a place in history as a sub-Saharan African kingdom that was able to defeat the British in some wars. The kingdom has been studied extensively by a lot of Western historians and anthropologists due to its sophisticated political structure and vibrant culture. Being a symbol of the strength and independence of the African, Mother Fletcher and Uncle Redd will be able to connect once again with a thriving African community like Greenwood District in Tulsa was.

According to H.E. Ambassador Erieka Bennett, Head of Mission at the Diaspora Africa Forum, Mother Fletcher and Uncle Redd will place wreaths on the grave of Dr W. E. B Dubois and place names of their ancestors on the Sankofa Wall which is a memorial established in Ghana by the Diaspora Africa Forum. Mother Viola Fletcher and Uncle Redd will also be receiving gifts from a host of other African nations who is looking forward to their arrival.

Most prevailing is the narrative that Dr Kwame Nkrumah is arguably the most influential political leader Africa has produced hence, a tour to Ghana would be incomplete without visiting the Kwame Nkrumah memorial. The memorial houses the body of Dr Kwame Nkrumah and his wife, Fathia Nkrumah. Being the spot where Dr Nkrumah declared the Independence of Ghana, the mausoleum epitomizes liberation, independence and redemption.

In addition, they will be welcomed at the Jubilee House by President Nana Akuffo-Addo and his vice Dr Bawumia. Mother Fletcher’s dream to fellowship at an African Church will be fulfilled when she worships at Action Chapel International; Prayer Cathedral. We at Dominion Television hope her journey to Ghana will be a fulfilling one and create memories of joy and happiness. Mother Fletcher and Uncle Redd’s visit to Ghana will be covered exclusively by Dominion Television, Channel 352 on DStv and 168 on GoTv Ghana.

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