I Want To Use Music To Educate The People-Deborah

Deborah Anaman in a pose with Dzifa Gomashie, deputy minister of Tourism

Deborah Anaman in a pose with Dzifa Gomashie, deputy minister of Tourism



Deborah, who is also the general secretary of the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA), is the only woman who emerged successfully in the 2011 MUSIGA national elections held in Northern capital Tamale and has actually proven beyond doubt that she is a force to reckon with.

Her commitment to her work as the general secretary of MUSIGA has bequeathed her certain skills such as eloquence and excellent writing, which make her outstanding in the secretarial work.

That notwithstanding, Deborah, a talented singer in all keys, has massed up her glory with three good albums, ‘Koko W’enyim’, ‘Wope Nye ho’ and ‘Lo and Behold’.

The gospel songbird, enriching her potential as business administrator-HR management at the Zenith University College Accra, said, ‘I do not intend to change my course as a minister of the gospel, but as the sky is my limit, I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me’.

Deborah currently serves as general secretary of the Council of Informal Economy Workers Association of Ghana TUC, a newly formed council by informal associations affiliated to the Ghana TUC.

By George Clifford Owusu

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