Nobody can doubt the fact that the CEO of Zylofon Media, Nana Appiah Mensah has done great for the creative art industry and he keeps doing it.
Besides signing several ace musicians and actors to his record label, NAM1, as Nana Appiah Mensah is fondly referred, to has set up Zylofon FM, Zylofon TV, Zylofon Art Fund, Zylofon Cash, Zylofon Dream, and others. We all know he has invested heavily in the industry and we are grateful.
But before he signed Kumi Guitar and ‘blew’ all over the media when he signed Stonebwoy, little to nothing was known about NAM1 or his wealth so it’s rational that Ghanaians will question his source of wealth considering how heavily he is investing in the creative industry.
According to Nana Asiamah Hanson aka Bulldog, the head of artists management at Zylofon Media, Nana Appiah Mensah has invested not less than $30 Million in the industry not to talk of the $44.5 million private jet he acquired in 2017 to ease the transport of his artists.
Well, Bulldog is saying Ghanaians should not question the source of the wealth of his boss because he is helping the industry like never before. He described NAM1 as Jesus of our time and stated that there was none before him and there will none after him.
In an interview with Chantelle Asante on Celebrity Fanzone, Bulldog revealed that he does not Understand why Ghanaians are concerned about the source of his boss. He stated that he does not know where other people’s bosses are making their money from and he does not care so he does not understand why Ghanaians care to know NAM1’s source of wealth.
It surprising this is coming from someone like Bulldog who should know better. So if NAM1 is into drugs, money laundering as suggested by Ibrah One not long ago or he is into arms dealing, because he is helping the industry with the proceeds, we shouldn’t care?
What kind of wack argument is this? Even the president of Ghana is required to declare his assets and he is clearly monitored on all his expenditure. Is NAM1 helping Ghanaians more than the president of Ghana?
Well, it obvious Nana Asiamah Hanson is blinded by the wealth of the 37-year-old Nana Appiah Mensah and It is sad what money can do to the conscience of a man. It is just too sad