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Diana Hopeson (also known as Diana Akiwumi) is Ghanaian gospel singer and a former president of the Musicians Union of Ghana.

Her contributions to the Ghanaian Art industry won her a National Honours Award, which was presented to her by former president John Agyekum Kufuor in 2007.

Hopeson was born on August 30, 1970, in Accra to Francis Arhin and Hannah Amoo, the last of seven children. She attended Winneba Secondary School.

After completing her secondary education, she furthered at the University of Ghana, where she studied Theatre Art. She also attended a needs assessment class at Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration.

In 2019, she graduated from the University of Education, Winneba with a master's degree in Philosophy.

Hopeson released her debut album in 1991. Since then, she has released over ten additional albums throughout her music career.

She is also a co ordinator for Gospel Musicians in Ghana, Producer/Hostess of Peace Kiddy Time and the Proprietor of DD Business links. She is a song writer/composer and the lead singer of her band.

For four years, Hopeson served as the president of the Musicians Union of Ghana. She also served as the Chairman of the Interim Management Board of the Copyright Society of Ghana (COSGA) and a board member of the Ghana Music Rights Organization.

Chairman
Rex Owusu Marfo
1st Vice Chairman
Ahmed Banda
2nd Vice Chairman
Diana Hopeson

Song Wiriters/Composers
Nana K.O Duah (Tic)
Augustine Addison
Bice Osei Kuffour
Oheneba Kisi
Bessa Simons

Publishers
Rev Francis Boahene
Amponsah Seth Kwaku
Ernest Kwesi Ennin
Mensah Benjamin