Incase you don't know this woman, she is the voice behind the Popular worship song " Woye mame woye mame". According to her, she was entangled in weed addiction to the extent that she never recognised God. However, when the Holy spirit located her in 2003, she had no option than to worship her maker.
She also spoke about how her Popular song " Woye mame, woye mame" was also sung by Cecilia Marfo. Many people think that the song is for Cecilia Marfo but notmAccording to her, she released the song and Cecilia Marfo also released her own version in a worship compilation.
Abenaa Amponsah advised all and sundry to shun activities of the devil like weed smoking and all sort of social vices.
" If a weed smoker like me could be located by God to worship him, then he can use you for whatever purpose he deems fit. Never stop trusting in him because he can change you from smoking to become a better person " She added
You can check from the 12th minute, 16 seconds portion of the video attached in the link below.
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