CEO of embattled gold dealership Menzgold, Nana Appiah Mensah well known as NAM1 has stated he does not regret investing in the Ghanaian entertainment industry.
Answering a question at a press conference dubbed #NAMSPEAKS , Nana Appiah Mensah revealed his plans for the outfit was not ‘immediate’ and that he looked forward as a ‘generational thinker.’
“I have not regretted, do not regret and would not regret. I do not do businesses that you start today and reap tomorrow. I am with respect and not to sound boastful a generational…So everything you have seen with Zylofon , every step, everything but for the freeze and unfortunate issues in the last few months…
We are hopeful. Soon in the future, you’ll see a well vibrant digital Zylofon media that will have global effect,” he said.
Responding to a question as to the youth who looked up to his media platforms as a platform to jumpstart their careers, he responded saying they operate an open door policy and have their doors opened to them. He assured them of a brighter future.
Ever since entering the Ghanaian media space, NAM1 made giant strides establishing Zylofon Media, Zylofon Music (which signed several Ghanaian artists including Stonebwoy, Shatta Wale, Kumi Guitar and several others). His Zylofon Arts Club also saw the rise of young talented musicians and actors/actresses.