Peter Fameyeh Bozah, better known as Fameye, a Ghanaian Highlife musician, has been appointed chief by the traditional rulers of Wasa in Ghana’s Western Region.

The enstoolment was said to have occurred on Saturday, October 30th, 2021. Fameye was given the title Wasa Nyankonton, which translates as “Wasa’s Rainbow.”

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According to the area’s leader, Nana Sepre II, Fameye’s enstoolment is to recognize him for improving the name and image of the Wasa and Bogoso communities through his music.

“Famaye has brought Wasaman and Bogoso to light.” “Among all the musicians in Ghana, the name I want to give Fameye today is ‘Wasa Nyankonton,” said Wasa’s chief.


During his acceptance speech, Fameye expressed his heartfelt gratitude to Wasa’s traditional rulers for bestowing the chieftaincy title on him.

“I’d like to thank the chief and elders for bestowing this title and honor upon me.” I’d like to thank him and everyone else who was present. I assure the chief and elders that I will not relent in my efforts to raise Wasaman’s name. “As a young person, I will use every means possible to assist other young people,” he stated.

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