Duncan-Williams’s Ex-Wife, Rev. Francisca Explains Why She Still Uses Her Ex-Husband’s Surname & More (Watch)

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Rev. Francisca, the ex-wife of the popular man of God, Bishop Duncan-Williams who still uses the surname of her ex-husband has in an interview with Zionfelix disclosed why she still uses that name.

In the interview, Rev.Francisca who is now 60 years,  explained that she can still use the name although they are divorced and that is very legal but added also that, she’s sticked to it because people can’t stop calling her by that name.

Rev.Francisca was divorced back in 2006 by Duncan-Williams in 2006 after 26 years of marriage, one of the most shocking divorces in the history of Ghana.

She added that the name “Duncan-Williams” easily identifies her as well. She’s now into full-time ministry and spoke a lot about her work and how she was onetime sick and was saved by the Lord.

Watch the full interview below:

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