Ace broadcast journalist Caleb Kudah of Citi Tv/Fm took to his social media platform, Facebook, to share how songs from gospel minstrel Esther Smith have been a blessing to his life for the time being.
In a post he made on his platform, the presenter shared;
‘’I finished the fufu a long time ago.
But I just couldn’t leave. The DJ was playing Esther Smith back to back! The playlist arrested me without a warrant. Esther Smith’s body of work is such a blessing to me!
My all-time favorite is ma y3 nhyira o, m’aye nhyira o, m’aye nhyira o, Nyame ama m’aye nhyira. Woye me hwe a enye yie…
I have become a blessing. God has made me a blessing. There is nothing you can do about it.
This song became my favorite because one time, I tried to reach someone over the phone in vain. Anytime I called, m’aye nhyira was the caller tune I heard.
Meanwhile, this person was owing me and I was calling for my coins. He wouldn’t pick. But Esther Smith kept telling me se, m’aye nhyira o.
It was annoying initially. Especially when Esther Smith said woye me hwe a enye yie o.
W’aye nhyira fa me sika ma me er?
As irritating as the situation was, it made me pay closer attention to the song.
Reflecting on the situation now, I am more grateful for something I otherwise take for granted. Being debt free. What’s your favorite Esther Smith song and why?’’
Esther Smith has been one whose songs have been a blessing to the lives of many Ghanaians in and outside the country.
The minstrel who now resides in Germany is geared on releasing a new song this month. Follow her handles to enjoy amazing songs and performances from the singer.