Ohemaa Mercy is best known as a Gospel Singer. Ghanaian gospel singer who is known for albums such as Edin Jesus and WobeyeKese. She has put out singles like “We Praise Your Name” and “ObeyeAma Wo”. She was born on 1 September, 1977 in Accra, Ghana. She is a singer from Ghana along the same lines as Reggie Zippy. One of her earliest releases was the 2004 album Adamfo Papa. As you read further, you will discover her biography, net worth and career.
Ohemaa Mercy is a female artiste who was born into the family of Mr. & Mrs. Amoah, both Fantis are from Abakrapa and Elmina respectively. She was born in Weija in Accra but lived most of her life in Koforidua. Ohemaa is married to Isaac Twum-Ampofoand they have three Boys Nyamekye, Nhyira and Aseda.
Ohemaa Mercy has been a successful musician in Ghana, her riches, cars, Net Worth, Salary, Income, Cars, Lifestyles and much more details are estimated to be $2 Million.
Education & Career
Ohemaa Mercy started her primary education at St Peter’s Anglican Primary School in Koforidua and proceeded to Ghana Secondary School where she had her secondary education. She continued to the teachers training College at S.D.A Teachers Training College, Asokore Koforidua where she obtained her Teachers Certificate ‘A’.
She is one of the successful Gospel Singer. She has ranked on the list of those famous people who were born on September 7, 1977. She is one of the Richest Gospel Singer who was born in Ghana.
She was nominated for seven awards at the 2006 Ghana Music Awards.
Ohemaa Mercy delved into the Ghana gospel music back in 2004. Her goals were:
To encourage and to bring hope to the down-hearted through music and her personal life.
To Evangelize through her songs.
To change the mindset of citizens that there is hope for everyone and there is hope for Ghana and Africa.
To provide support for the poor in the society through her foundation.
Ohemaa want to support music excellence among other gospel artists in her nation Ghana and to motivate the youth of Africa in general.
To help reform prisons inmates through prison ministry.