The CEO of Zylofon Media, Nana Appiah, has revealed that he was sick for over 10 years and nearly lost his life but was saved by the loving care and encouragement of his mother.
He said for 10 years, he was blind and could not make use of his limbs, but his mother kept encouraging and assuring him that he would achieve great success in life.
Nana Appiah made the remarks on Saturday as he wished his mother a happy Mother's Day.
The Zylofon boss credited his mum for his success in life, stressing that without her he would not have amounted to anything.
He praised his mother's extraordinary faith and belief in him and in his potential, at a time many people had given up on him.
"All that I am and would ever be God willing, I owe it all to you Maa. I remember those dreadful 10 years that, I lost my sight, my limbs, died many times and when everyone thought it was all over, you gave me a rebound out of nothing by faith and just because you believed. A new life, a new breath!
"You told me I would be a wonder to the world and I believed, though it seemed then like a mirage. Today, the mission is in progress. Till the end of time, I would always love you with all my heart, Suzzy," he wrote.
Nana Appiah presides over several multi-million enterprises, including Menzgold.
His company, Zylofon Media, recently launched a $1 million fund to boost creative arts in the country.
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