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Mabel Okyere’s ‘Anuonyam’ Song Reflects Her Journey of Pain and Triumph

Ghanaian gospel singer Mabel Okyere has recently released a new song titled ‘Anuonyam’ that is gaining popularity across various media platforms. However, behind the soulful lyrics and uplifting melody lies a painful and life-altering experience for the artist.

During an interview on Adom FM’s ‘Work and Happiness,’ Mabel opened up about a near-death ordeal she went through, which resonates with the message conveyed in her song. Recounting the health challenges she faced in 2018, she couldn’t hold back her tears, expressing her gratitude for surviving such a trying time.

“I was diagnosed with multiple diseases when I visited the hospital. At one point, I thought I would not make it. Little did I know that God had a plan to bring a smile to my face,” Mabel shared with OPD. The song ‘Anuonyam’ holds a deep emotional connection for her, reminding her of the journey she had embarked on and the strength she found within herself.

Mabel revealed that her health issues disrupted her music career after releasing her third album. She believed that God had given the song to the writer, Nana Boateng, for her sake, as she had lost hope and was unaware of the glorious future that awaited her.

Although listening to ‘Anuonyam’ evokes sadness in Mabel, it also serves as a reminder of her resilience and the divine intervention that turned her pain into triumph. Her story is a testament to the power of faith and the ability to overcome adversity.

The song ‘Anuonyam’ is now available on all major digital streaming platforms, allowing listeners to experience the depth and emotion behind Mabel Okyere’s journey of pain and eventual triumph.

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