Ghanaians crucified me for singing Reggae Gospel -Mary Ghansah
Legendary Ghanaian Gospel Singer,Rev. Mary Ghansah has revealed how Ghanaians spoke ill and treated her badly for doing a gospel Reggae song.
Speaking in an interview on Xpressive on Ghone TV,she said,people told her she was backsliding and working for the devil.
She further added that it was not something Ghanaians accepted her for but now people are diving into it and has become the norm of the day.
Rev.Mary Ghansah born to the late Mr. Joseph Ghansah and Madam Elizabeth Anderson all partly from Senya Breku, Anumabu, Saltpond and Accra in the Central and Greater Accra Regions of Ghana, on the Wednesday of May 13, 1959.
Rev. Mary began her life in Tema with her Pentecostal parents, now of the Fadama branch of the Church of Pentecost in Accra. Rev. Mary is the eldest of five siblings that comprise of two other women and two men.
Rev. Mary had her basic education at Tema Aggrey Road School; her secondary education at the Kwahuman Secondary School at Nkawkaw in the Eastern Region and Breman Esikuma Secondary School in the Central Region of Ghana in the 1980’s.
Rev. Mary is a product of the then P&T Engineering College of Ghana, where she pursued a career leading to telephone receptionist.
She has strive to complete her tertiary education at The Glory Leadership College, where she studied theology and counseling.
She is married to Mr. Carl Wiafe, a communications consultant, who has become the invisible rock behind her career.
Mr. Wiafe indeed is a supportive and a loving husband, who allows her the free hand to operate and never mind leaving his job behind to accompany her on many of her career tours.
Mary Ghansah is an ordained Minister of God.