Famous Ghanaian filmmaker, Kofi Asamoah has reacted to his post about the founder of Action Chapel International, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams, stating that he could never insult him.
According to the movie producer, in an interview with Kwasi Aboagye on Peace FM, his post about the Archbishop was misinterpreted and twisted.
He explained that his message was misinterpreted by the media platforms who reported his post.
He clarified that the import of his post was to bastardize people who have a knack for insulting men of God and not the other way round.
Kofi Asamoah, the CEO of KOFAS Media stressed that he will never disrespect any man of God, let alone the archbishop as he knows Duncan Williams and has worked for him before.
Kofi added that his respect for him is not because he knew him but he respects him as an aged.
In clarifying his post, he explained that he intended to say the actions of men of God should not be condemned no matter where they are coming from.
“I will never call the Archbishop Nicholas Duncan Williams stupid or anything he does stupid. I will not call any man of God with such name. Maybe the word or my statement may have come across is what has made people make such assumptions” he stated.
Looking at how his post was misunderstood, Kofi Asamoah revealed he has pulled it down.
He moreover apologized for his comment if his statement came across an insult.
It all started after Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams was seen holding a sword at church.
Kofi Asamoah reiterated that he never referred to his action as stupid.
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