Ohemaa Mercy known in private life as Mercy Twum-Ampofo born 7 September 1977 is a Ghanaian contemporary gospel singer. She was born to the family of Mr. And Mrs. Amoah, both Fantis from Abakrapa and Elimina respectively.
Ohemaa Mercy was born in Weija in Accra but lived most of her life in Koforidua, Ghana. She is married to Isaac Twum-Ampofo and they have been blessed with three Boys Nyamekye, Nhyira and Aseda. 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'.
Ohemaa Mercy entered the Ghana gospel music industry in 2004, Her goals were to encourage and bring people to the down-hearted through music and her personal life. Moreover, To Evangelize through her songs and also To change the mindset of citizens that there is hope for everyone and there is hope for Ghana and Africa.
Ohemaa Mercy released her first album on the latter part of November 2004. Entitled Adamfo papa, the album enjoyed massive airplay after it's release, which brought Ohemaa into the limelight. She won seven nominations for the 2006 Ghana music Awards but did not win any of the awards.
This article was written by Clement Agyemang (Ltvghana.com).
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