Award-winning Ghanaian gospel musician, Ohemaa Mercy brought heaven down on Sunday as she delivered a stunning and spirit-filled performance at Tehillah Experience 2021.

Thousands of Christians gathered at Calvary Temple of the International Central Gospel Church at Spintex on Sunday to be in God’s presence as they are being led by the holy spirit as Ohemaa Mercy invoked the power of God in the session.

Themed Beyond The Veil, the graceful event experienced a nostalgic moment with God as the likes of Ceccy Twum, Francis Amo, Uncle Ato, Phil Thompson, Michael Stuckey, MogMusic and others led congregants to the throne room of God.

The build-up to the event saw an auspicious launch and a prayer walk with Ohemaa Mercy where the theme for this year’s edition of Tehillah Experience was divulged. According to the gospel crooner, the theme explains that the experiences of God’s glory are for everyone and no more hidden behind the veil as in the days of old.

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“I WAS UNABLE TO PAY GH¢15 RENT” – Ohemaa Mercy Shares Hustle Story

Award-winning Ghanaian Gospel musician, Ohemaa Mercy has narrated her grass to grace story as she recounts her struggling days and how she used to play hide and seek with her landlord all because she could not afford to pay her rent of GH 15,00cedis.

Ohemaa Mercy told Afia Amankwa Tamakloe on Adom TV that those days she was a tenant, she will leave the house early in the morning at about 4am and everyone is still in bed and return late in the night when everybody is asleep.

“I was very devastated because I didn’t know where my rent money will come from. The man was always chasing me and because I didn’t have the money, I leave the house as early as 4:00 am and returned very late when there was nobody in sight,” 

Ohemaa Mercy added she suffered several instances of embarrassment as a teacher. It got to a time where she had to run from her debtor who invaded the school for her money.

“I had to deal with a lot of struggles at that point and I remember the day a blender seller came to the classroom to embarrass me over debt I owed and I had to run to the back of the building to weep bitterly.

“I didn’t want to suffer the hardships I saw my elder siblings go through as a third born and I began to question God.”

Ohemaa Mercy said through all her hustle, she had unshaken faith in the power of God Almighty and although situations have changed, she looks back with a heart full of gratitude.

“I woke up at my usual 4:00 am in my quest to dodge the landlord amid prayer that morning. So while on my way, I came across this man who identified himself as a pastor and blessed me with a bundle of GH¢20 notes.”


‘GOD AND SATAN ARE BATTLING FOR MOESHA’S SOUL’- Ohemaa Mercy Makes Chilling Revelations

Award-winning Ghanaian gospel singer and minister, Ohemaa Mercy has waded into the conversation ongoing about embattled Ghanaian actress, Moesha Boduong and her repentance.

Sharing her thoughts on the issue which is currently the talk of social media and traditional media at all levels and platforms, Ohemaa Mercy said that Moesha Boduong is dealing with a spiritual force and therefore what she is going through is not physical.

She told Amansan Krakye on Kastle FM that the phase Moesha is going through is a moment where the spirit of darkness or the devil and Christ are fighting over her soul.

She explained further saying God is also trying to snatch the soul of Moesha from the devil in order to save her from the darkness hence the fight between the two which has culminated in her predicament leading people to say she’s going mad.




Gospel diva Mercy Twum – Ampofo, popularly known as Ohemaa Mercy will be holding her annual Tehillah Experience concert on 6th August, 2017.

Speaking to the media on 28th June, 2017 at the Royalty Music Studio in Accra, her manager Isaac Twum-Ampofo recounted successes of Ohemaa Mercy’s ministry and outlined their plans for this year’s concert.

“Since its inception, people have had great testimonies, miracles and each year has been better than the previous years. The purpose of gathering is to launch Tehillah Experience 2017 and to begin our campaign towards what I believe will be the biggest worship experience this year,” he said.

Mr. Twum – Ampofo added that over the years the Ohemaa Mercy Ministry has been dedicated towards helping the poor and needy. He said they had toured various prisons to preach the gospel to them and also offer humanitarian services.

“Our ministry has been able to visit many prisons across the nation, sharing the world of God to encourage them and making donations. Our recent philanthropic gesture to the prisons is the borehole project we have started in the prisons,” he added.

Ohemaa Mercy urged all to be part of this year’s concert. She said it is a free event that only requires one’s prayers as means of support.

Themed ‘The Cross Effect’ Ohemma intimated the need to benefit from this year’s Tehillah Experience by joining hands in unadulterated worship.

“I want to entreat everyone to join us at the ICGC Calvary Temple on 6th August, 2017 at 4pm and I say Heaven shall rain on us,” he noted.

Some artistes billed to minister at the programme are Elder Mireku, Cecelia Marfo, Uncle Ato, Ceccy Twum, Minister Ramzy Amui, Francis Amoh, Bro Philimon and Pastor Isaiah.

Tehillah Experience was born in 2013.

Since its inception it has had the greatest gospel artistes perform and has registered great testimonies of miracles from its patrons.


Gospel Singer Bro Sammy believes paying of bribe is not a sin especially when it would propel you to higher heights.

Just when everyone thought the VGMAs bribery allegation against gospel musicians by George Quaye was over, Bro. Sammy says we should spare him few minutes to give his take on it.

Several Gospel Musicians in Ghana including Ohemaa Mercy, Cwesi Oteng, OJ, Bernard Amankwah among others and even Gospel music producers heavily criticized, former VGMA PRO George Quaye for alleging that Gospel musicians offer bribe to win awards but Bro. Sammy has a contrary opinion.

The Gospel Singer who is known for his strong passion of composing warship songs says there is absolutely nothing wrong with his colleagues persuading award organisers to act in their favour by a gift of money or other inducements.

Bro. Sammy in an interview with Dave Hammer on Hello FM said when gospel musician wins the award, it opens bigger opportunities for the artiste to win more souls for Christ so he sees nothing wrong when a fellow offer a bribe to win an award.

Bro. Sammy who admitted that he has not come across a colleague paying bribe to win award made it clear that it is not a sin for gospel musicians to give an inducement for awards. He explained that secular musicians always win most awards so he sees nothing wrong if a gospel musician can pay to beat them.

“I’ve not seen a gospel musician paying bribe but it is not a sin when someone pays bribe. The secular musicians mostly win all the awards so if someone can pay for gospel artistes to sweep most of the plaques, it is beneficial.

The Bible says money can do everything so if someone will pay just for gospel to top the awards, it is good.” Sammy opined.

In an attempt to justify his statement, Bro Sammy further explained on Hitz FM this morning that he is not encouraging anybody to pay bribe and he has never paid bribe before but he if he has to personality pay bribe or any Gospel Musician wants to pay bribe to be able to win the ultimate award for the first time over the circular musicians, then he sees nothing wrong with it.

Bro Sammy added that the Bible says money can solve all problems.

“I’ve never paid bribe before but I will pay if the chance comes. It is not a sin to uplift the name of God. The bible says money can solve all problems so if it can help for others to hear about God, I see nothing wrong with it.

If you preach to someone to come follow Christ and he is hungry, the person would still be sinning but if you advise the person and add money for him to start something, the person will surely depart from the bad ways.

So to pay cash and win award to help push the name of God, I’ll pay because money is nothing before God,”

Bro Sammy was, however, quick to add that he had personally not come across any of his colleagues who have paid bribes to win awards before.

“I’ve not seen a gospel musician paying a bribe but it is not a sin when someone pays a bribe”, he said.

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