Ohemaa Mercy – Engye Ntum (Dont Accept It)

“Engye Ntum” is a gospel song by Ohemaa Mercy, a renowned Ghanaian gospel musician. The song is in the Twi language, which is widely spoken in Ghana. It was released in 2015 and is part of her “Aforebo” album.

The title “Engye Ntum” translates to “Don’t Accept It” in English. The song is a call to believers to reject the lies and deceptions of the devil and to hold on to their faith in God. The lyrics encourage listeners to stay focused on God and not be swayed by the distractions and temptations of the world.

The music video for “Engye Ntum” was directed by Skyweb Videos and features Ohemaa Mercy singing the song with her back-up singers in a church setting. The video also shows people going through various struggles in life, such as sickness and financial difficulties, but finding hope and comfort in their faith.

The song has been well-received by fans and has won several awards, including the Gospel Song of the Year at the 2016 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards. It continues to be a popular gospel song in Ghana and across Africa.