- Ohemaa Mercy has been spotted in a very sorrowful video shedding tears
- The award-winning singer recounted a few challenges she was going through
- She was granting an interview to TV3 following the release of her new song
Multiple award-winning gospel musician Mercy Twum Ampofo known by the stage name ‘Ohemaa Mercy’ has broken down in tears during an interview on live TV.
The Edin Jesus singer was granting an interview to TV3’s Newday on January 14, 2020 when she broke down in tears.
She recounted how she gathered the strength to work on her new song ‘Ote Me Mu’ while going through some personal struggles and this made her tear up.
According to her, the song was birthed after she paid a visit to Kwabena Kwabena who helped her fine-tune the work into a masterpiece.
“During the COVID-19, I was praying and asking God so many questions. I was personally going through a lot and I was asking God why? I asked him if this is how he was going to leave us. I thank God for the life of Kwabena Kwabena, I love him so much. When it comes to writing songs he is really good,” she stated.
The ‘Aseda’ hitmaker also revealed some miraculous testimonies she has since received from people following the release of the song.
She recalled a particular instance where a patient was healed after listening to her new song.
Speaking about musicians, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a lady who granted a recent interview to Accra-based Adom FM, has claimed that she has seen Ghanaian award-winning singer Castro in the marine world.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the woman who was speaking to a radio presenter said she was returning from the marine world after going missing for about a month.
She went on to say that she saw Castro known in real life as Theophilus Tagoe in the marine world and according to her, he is no more into music.
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