Ghanaian female gospel musician, Francisca Amoah, known in private life as Maame Afia Konadu Yiadom has released a music video for her song “Mogya Edi Bem” which featured SK Frimpong.
According to her the song preaches about to love of God, and the kind of mercies He has shown mankind over the years.
She told The Spectator, the composition of the song ‘Mogya Edi Bem’ was inspired by salvation for mankind by innocent blood that knew no sin.
” The story in the Holy Bible of the arrest and crucifixion of Jesus Christ of Nazareth climaxed by the His resurrection on the third day is one true story that epitomizes the reason for Christianity,” she said.
Against this backdrop, Francisca Amoah said, “The song was birthed by the Holy Spirit to remind people that difficult situations like poor health, chronic addiction, suppression, and eternal salvation Christians pray for has only one authority, that is to bow to. This authority is Joshua Hamashiya, the reason the power of his innocent blood was used as a propitiation for our sins.”
According to her ‘Mogya Edi Bem’ is now the Easter anthem for 2023 and the years to come.
She expressed appreciation to Reverend Paul Kusi Appiah, Mr Arhin of the Apostolic Church in London, Prophet Michael Anokye, Reverend George Mmireku, and all Ministers of God worldwide who have supported her career in diverse ways.
Watch the video below: