Official Profile & Biography Of Elder Mireku, Early life, Education, Career & Ministry

Elder Dr Emmanuel Kwasi Mireku
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Elder Dr Emmanuel Kwasi Mireku, Popularly known as Elder Mireku, is a Ghanaian Pentecostal Gospel Musician and a song writer who has been in the ministry of God for more than 40 years with over 500 songs.

Elder Mireku was born to Mr Emmanuel Kofi Mireku and Mrs Comfort Asiedua Mirekua.

He comes from Obomeng – Kwahu and Atibie – Kwahu in the Eastern Region of Ghana but has lived the majority of his life in Koforidua, the capital city of Easter Region.

Dr Mireku had his basic education at Presbyterian Elementary Schools and furthered at the Koforidua Technical Institute.

Mireku’s ministry began in the late 1970s. His worship songs earned him a Honorary Doctorate in sacred music from the Ecclesiastical Bishops And Leaders Conference of Africa (affiliated to the Kayiwa International University, Uganda) in 2016.

Elder Mireku has greatly influenced the gospel music industry and musicians in Ghana. He has 56 albums and an average of 10 songs on each album.

He has over 500 songs some of which include “Oko no wako awie”, “odimafo(tongues)”, “Hallelujah” and “Mempa Aba”.

He was honored with a life-time achievement award at the maiden edition of Ghana Music Awards South Africa.

He is married to Philomina Mireku and they have two children, Evelyn and James. In a video during one of his performances, Elder Mireku revealed that he had once contemplated suicide after his dream of continuing his education was shattered.

Albums

Bibiara Nye Den (2019)
Elder Mireku Worship Songs 4 (2018)
Jesus Wakasa (2019)
Mempa Aba (2019)
Wasem Ye Nokware Mame (2019)
Halleluya – Praise & Worship 41
Okamafo Nyame
Empa Aba
Best Of Worship
Sarah Anya Nede
Menya Adom Bi
Magenkwa
Praises Vol.1

Some Tracks

Awurade Behwe Wo,
Awurade Metena Wonkyen,
Gye Me Pe,
Bue Ma So,
Menim Se Mogya No Adi Amame,
Calvary Asendua Noso,
Dea Ben Na Maye Awurade,
Okono Wako Awie,
Aknuanom Monde Ka Bio,
Nkwa Abodoo,
Mene Wo Betena,
Yehowa Behwe.

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