- NAM1 has finally spoken about his investment in the entertainment industry
- The business mogul formed Zylofon Media two years ago and signed stars like Stonebwoy and Shatta Wale
- The company was shut down due to NAM1's battle with the government over Menzgold
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Menzgold, Nana Appiah Mensah, popularly known as NAM1 has opened up about his huge investment in the Ghana entertainment industry.
Two years ago, NAMI gatecrashed the entertainment industry in the country with the creation of Zylofon Media.
The East Legon-based firm managed to get the signature of both top Ghanaian music and film stars.
The likes of Stonebwoy, Joyce Blessing, Shatta Wale, etc were signed by Zylofon Media.
However, due to NAM1’s battle with the government over his Menzgold business, Zylofon Media was seemingly shut down.
On Monday, August 19, 2019, NAM1 held a press conference to address the state of his companies.
A question was posed to him as to whether he had regretted investing in Ghana entertainment.
NAM1, in answering the question, said he had not regretted venturing into that business.
He also added that Zylofon Media would bounce back stronger.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported a story of NAM1 revealing conditions that will make him pay back locked-up cash.
According to him, the Ghana government should assist him retrieve his cash from a Dubai company which is reportedly owing him.
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