Winifred Osei Tutu is a Ghanaian Gospel musician. Born as the only child of her mother but the oldest of seven siblings of dad, Winifred graduated from Pentecost Junior high and Toase Senior high. After graduating from the International school of Aviation with a Diploma in Airline Ticketing and Reservation, she pursued a degree in Bachelor of Arts in Wisconsin International University. After her degree, Winifred began her career as a fashion designer till date.
She is the niece of a popular musician named Nana Aboagye Da- Costa, so seeing her uncle, his band and friends including Nana Tuffour, Professor Abraham, others rehearsed in their house, she developed love for music and its additions.

Winifred grew up loving and knowing how to sing and has till date laid vocals for some of the popular gospel and circular musicians in Ghana. She also had the opportunity to be trained personally by some great sound engineers like Dada Emma, Dan Bassy, Morris Babyface, Osofo Quantum, Papa Owura, among others.

After hearing the voice of God during a period of testing, Winifred believed it was her assignment to spread the Gospel through music. Due to this, she decided to develop her ministry by joining the Rescue choir of City Church of God, Broken Chains ministry, Pearls Choir of (CEM) and currently with the Harmonic Cedars of Cedar Mountain Chapel (Assemblies of God).

Winifred will professionally be known as Winnyfa and on July 8th 2016, she will be releasing a thanksgiving song produced by Nakay titled Wadom (His Grace).

Lets keep our fingers crossed for this one…

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