Joyce Blessing, the gospel musician signed unto Nana Appiah Mensah’s Zylofon Media has opened up on her current relationship with the record label and the CEO.
According to Joyce Blessing, it is never true that she abandoned Nana Appiah Mensah during her trials as has been speculated in the media and among some workers of the company; she never ended her contract with Zylofon Media.
Instead, she took a break from Zylofon Media to access the problems the CEO was embroiled in. It also offered her the opportunity to pray and fast for Nana Appiah Mensah’s freedom.
Speaking to Sandra Akakpo of Adom TV/FM, Joyce Blessing revealed that she is not the type of person who just jumps on social media to rant with no solutions.
Since she couldn’t provide solutions on her own, she had to go to God who is the master of all problems to beseech him to intercede on her boss’ behalf.
“I have not left Zylofon; If you are working and something happens you have to pause it and make sure some issues are cleared before you continue with the deal. I am still there, it was 4years contract,” she told Adom TV’s Sister Sandy in an interview.
“I am happy about his bail. you won’t see me writing a lot of things on social media. I channel my energy in praying for NAM1 to be freed. People said a lot of things about me due to my association with him. Some people even threatened me and I am happy that he is back. if he is a fraudster, he wouldn’t have returned,” Joyce Blessing added.
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After Nana Appiah Mensah’s troubles with the Securities and Exchanges Commission started and his subsequent arrest in Dubai for alleged fraud, many of her artists were accused of abandoning him.
Joyce Blessing, Becca, Benedicta Gafah, Obibini and others who very vocal before his troubles started ceased to defend him and refused to acknowledge the man as their boss.