Ephraim Amu, The “Yen Ara Asaase Ni” Song Composer

Ephraim Amu, The “Yen Ara Asaase Ni” Song Composer.

As a patriotic citizen of Ghana, it’s very necessary to know the great personalities behind our popular patriotic songs. After a thorough observation made by Edem Trends Gh, one of Ghana’s most enjoyable patriotic songs, “Yen ara asaase ni,” is often sung or heard in institutions like schools and also during national occasions, however, many Ghanaians do not know who exactly compose the song. In this article, we will be telling you about one of the greatest music composers in Ghana.

Ephraim Amu, The "Yen Ara Asaase Ni" Song Composer
Ephraim Amu.

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Well, some might have heard his name since his name is a popular one. But have no idea about him being the composer of the song.
Ephraim Amu, who was born Ephraim Kwaku Amu, is the voice behind this great song. He was born at Peki-Avetile (also known as Abenase) in the Peki traditional area of the Volta region. He had his education at Peki Blengo E.P Middle School, where he gave much attention to music and agriculture.

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Sarah Akoram Ama was the mother to Ephraim, while Stephen Amuyaa was also his father with the name Stefano. Do you know that aside from “Yen ara Asaase Ni,” Ephraim Amu¬†has other songs like “Asem yi di ka” and “Alegbegbe Mawu l) xexeame”? If not, then these are also some of his songs.

Let’s celebrate one of our own, Ephraim Amu. We will always remember him for his patriotism.

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