Video: Zylofon CEO Nana Appiah Mensah leads a section of Adisco students in ‘jama’ section on his visit to the school[Watch]

Video: Massive cheering crowd welcomes Zylofon boss,Nana Appiah Mensah during his visit to Adisco

Zylofon boss Nana Appiah Mensah aka NAM1 is an Adisco boy. He had his secondary school education at Adisadel College and proceeded to the University of Ghana to attain his first degree.

Hundreds of students came out of their classrooms and dormitories to welcome the business mogul during a visit to his alma mater.

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As it is usual with many boys schools, there can be no such gathering without some ‘jama’ and Nana Appiah himself led this session.

In a video posted on Instagram, the Zylofon boss is seen out of the sunroof of his car clapping and urging the students on as they started the ‘jama’ session.

Watch the video below…

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Nana Appiah Mensah has gotten an instantaneous fame after his massive investment in the Ghanaian entertainment industry – And no wonder the students came out to cheer and give a rousing welcome to a senior, they obviously, are looking up to.

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