The Presiding Archbishop and General Overseer of the Action Chapel International Ministry Nicholas Duncan-Williams has bemoaned the kind of treatment meted out to women in the country.
He said he detests attacks on women especially when they are in higher positions.
Speaking to Kwabena Anokye Adisi popularly called ‘Bola Ray’ on Starr Chat, the influential Archbishop questioned why society subject women to vile criticisms which demoralise them.
He urged men to desist from criticising women unnecessarily and support them in their fields of work.
“I don’t like the way we treat women in this country, especially when they are in higher office of responsibility. We subject them to all kinds of opinions. The young grow and we need to develop young minds, both men and women for a better tomorrow,” he advised.
Touching on building relationships, he urged men to show love, attention and security to women.
He believes women glow when they are pampered and respected and that it brings out the best in them.
“Over here, if you watch we are not very affectionate people, we don’t send roses, I never saw my father send roses to anyone…so to tell me to send roses, flowers, those things were problems for me in those days, now I am okay with it,” he said.
He disclosed that his father never hugged him when during his infancy.
“My father never hugged me till he died, I didn’t see my dad showing any affection around to the kids or any of his wives…so the truth of the matter is that when I reflect by looking back, I realize that there is no example for me to look up to and to appreciate anything that she [my wife] wanted,” he stated.