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Gay Marriage US Embassy denies banning Duncan Williams

According to the website usatoday-tv.com, the Archbishop was "barred" from entering the USA with "immediate effect" after he condemned gay marriage and refused to officiate a gay marriage by calling it "a sin against bible teachings."

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The US embassy in Ghana has denied some media reports that  Archbishop Duncan Williams has been banned from traveling to the U.S.

According to the website usatoday-tv.com, the Archbishop was "barred" from entering the USA with "immediate effect" after he condemned gay marriage and refused to officiate a gay marriage by calling it "a sin against bible teachings."

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The report added that one of the couple, an American getting married to his same-sex partner who happens to a Ghanaian petitioned the United States Embassy of the Pastors refusal.

“Marriages are meant for man and woman, not man and man. I do not officiate such marriages,” Archbishop Williams is alleged to have told the United States Embassy when contacted.

But the US embassy in Ghana said the report is a "complete fabrication."

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In a tweet, the embassy said: "Please be advised: Reports that Archbishop Duncan Williams has been banned from traveling to the United States are a complete fabrication."

 

 

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