Archbishop Duncan-William leads prayer at Trump’s inauguration

General News of Friday, 20 January 2017



Duncan Williams Trump PraysArchbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams delivered a prayer at the inauguration ceremony

General overseer of the Action Chapel International, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams was in attendance at the inauguration ceremony of United States of America President, Donald Trump.

Donald Trump was elected as president of America, having defeated Democrat candidate, Hilary Clinton in last year’s elections.

Trump’s inauguration ceremony took place on Friday, as he was finally sworn-in as US president.

Donald Trump and Mike Pence along with their spouses attended the St John’s Church in the hours of January 20, 2017.

Ghanaian preacher, Duncan-Williams delivered a prayer to commemorate the colourful ceremony.

A tweet by Trump’s running mate, and Vice President-elect, Mike Pence showed the Archbishop standing before the gathering and committing the ceremony into God’s hands.

Also in attendance at Trump’s inauguration ceremony was former US president, Barack Obama and his wife Michelle Obama.

Hilary Clinton was also present, as the newly-elected Trump took over from Obama as US president.