Fameye Enstooled As Chief In Wasa [Video]


Peter Fameyeh Bozah who is popularly known as Fameye has been enstooled as a chief by the traditional rulers of Wasa in the Western part of Ghana.

Fameye is one of the best male musicians in Ghana, he is well known for releasing motivational songs. He has enjoyed a successful career so far as Ghanaians have supported him from day one.

Fameye became more popular after dropping his first hit song titled ‘Nothing I Get’, since then he has been consistent in dropping back-to-back bangers like ‘Praise’ and other songs.

For some time now Fameye seemed to relax as his fans are waiting for more projects from his side. But there is good news from his camp as he is now a chief in Wasa which is located in the western part of Ghana.

The enstoolment of Fameye was said to have happened on Saturday, 30th October 2021. Fameye was conferred with the title Wasa ‘Nyankonton’ meaning the Rainbow of Wasa. According to Nana Sepre II who is the leader of the traditional rulers, Fameye’s enstoolment was to recognize him for improving the name and image of the Wasa and Bogoso communities through his music.

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In his own words, he said,

“Famaye has raised the name of Wasaman and Bogoso. The name I want to give Fameye today among all the musicians in Ghana is ‘Wasa Nyankonton”

The ceremony was very beautiful as the whole community came out in their numbers to support their own. Fameye then got the opportunity to give his acceptance speech and he expressed grateful he is to the traditional rulers of Wasa for honoring him with the chieftaincy title.

“I will like to thank the chief and elders for this title and honor gave me. I thank him so much and everyone present. I assure the chief and elders that I will not relent but work to lift the name of Wasaman. As a youth, I will deploy all means possible to help the youth,” he said.

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