Mbaana is the highest form of Gratitude in an Indigenous Dialect of Anam People, of Anambra West in Anambra State – West Africa.

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Tessy was inspired to sing Mbaana as a way to express the deep feeling of her gratitude towards the people that have helped her in all endeavors of life. 

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Even though she had a very tough time growing up, People always come through for her.

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Most of the gospel musicians like TessyAniesi. always thank God for everything which is right, but in career contents they so much neglect to appreciate the Vessels God used in bringing their prayers to materialize.

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For this reason, TessyAniesi also sees Mbaana as a teaching song which explains: “By Thanking the People for what they did which are good, we automatically are glorifying the Invisible God who enabled them to do that”.


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About Tessy

Born in Anam, Anambra State , Nigeria to parents both teachers from Anam, Anambra  State origin. Tessy’s early Education began in her hometown ANAM, took her through Community Primary School, Umuenwelum Anam, Secondary School through Anam High School Oroma Etiti Anam and Christ The King College , Umuenwelum both in Anam …

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