Ghanian Pastor, Archbishop Duncan Williams banned from entering U.S over ‘gay issue’?


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The founder of Action Chapel International, Archbishop Duncan Williams has been barred from entering the United States with immediate effect, the U.S Department of State announced in a statement.

According to the statement, Archbishop Duncan Williams condemned gay marriage and refused to officiate gay marriage by calling it “a sin against Bible teachings”.

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One of the couple, who is an American and getting married to his same-sex partner who happens to a be Ghanaian, petitioned the United States Embassy of the Pastors decline.

“Marriages are meant for man and woman, not man and man. I do not officiate such marriages” – The man of God reaffirm his stand when contacted by the United States embassy.

Gay-friendly countries are recently hitting the news for banning pastors from entering their countries. South Africa recently banned American preacher Steven Anderson for his comments against same-sex marriages. Ugandan musician Bobi Wine was banned from entering the U.K for condemning the act.

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