Akrobeto reiterates Duncan-William child neglect sermon


Popular actor Akrobeto has thrown some insights about the sermon made by Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams where the the general overseer of Action Chapel Church expressed his profound regrets for not being there when his children needed him emotionally.

The humorous Ghanaian actor shared his view on the matter saying that the role of the parent was more than just bringing a child into the world, he insisted that some small details are needed to complete the action of parenthood and a chunk part of it was providing all necessary emotional needs needed to fully blossom the growth of the child.

Akrobeto said

“Duncan-Williams said that he could not build a good relationship with his children because of his ministerial work. If you are a pastor or whoever you are, once you have feelings to have intercourse with a woman and give birth to a child, it’s your responsibility to have time for them,” he stated during ‘The Real News’ show on UTV.

He stressed that no matter the  schedule a parent is supposed to always put their first.

“It does not matter whether you are a president, vice president, or member of parliament; you have to make time for your children for them to get that love. You should not use tight schedules as an excuse for women to suffer in raising the kids,” he emphasized.
Nicholas Duncan-Willaims emphasized saying.

“As I have grown and matured now, I checked out on a lot of things, and I realized certain errors I made. When I was growing up, I got married at the age of 23. I didn’t understand a lot of things. Ministry was tough in those days, so my life was always on the road; I was always gone. At the time, I could go for six weeks and sometimes eight weeks to North and South America and Asia to be able to make ends meet and be able to take care of the family because the church could not take care of me.

“I learned very early not to depend on tithes, offerings, or people because that will wound you. I had one experience, and I told myself I was not going to depend on anybody but God. When I look back and look at the lives of my kids, I realize that there is a vacuum that has been created, and it will take a lot of grace and wisdom to bridge that gap. This was what created the vacuum; I was never there,” he stated.

Even when all his toils were for the future of the kids he had actually missed pure emotional contact with them as his meditation showed.

Source Nationaltelevisiongh.com