Gospel singer Ohemaa Mercy does not want to forget her roots so she is going back to Koforidua in the Eastern Region to acknowledge where the journey to stardom started for her, with a concert at the Eredec Hotel on Sunday, December 21.
The concert will also feature Christiana Love, Willie & Mike and Moses OK.
Ohemaa grew up in Koforidua, attented the Ghana Secondary School there before enrolling at the S.D.A. Teacher Training College at Asokore. She went back to teach at the Koforidua St Peter’s Anglican School but she got steeped deeper and deeper into gospel music.
She quit teaching when she started getting inundated with requests from across the country for performances.
Since then she has released two albums and been all over the country singing gospel. Some of her popular songs are Wadwen, Edin Ben Menwu Da and Fefeefe.
Ohemaa admits God has immensely blessed her and she thinks it is time to pass on some of the blessings, especially to children in the Koforidua area. She and her husband have adopted ten of them and have plans to help more.
“I have always had Koforidua and the children there in mind. I’m happy I can help a few at this time. God is real and I love to encourage people to hold on to Him and think positively about their lives,” the songstress said.
Ohemaa won the Gospel Artiste of the Year, Gospel Album of the Year and Album of the Year awards at the last Ghana Music Awards ceremony.
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