CEO of Zylofon Music, MN Appiah has asserted it is wrong to rely on Anas Aremeyaw Anas’ latest investigative piece #Number12 which seeks to expose fraudulent acts in the administration of football in Ghana.
The screening of the documentary (film) has caused a nationwide uproar among Ghanaians about the level of rot in the passion of the nation, football.
According to the CEO of Zylofon Cash who recently signed a Ten Million Dollar ($10,000,000) sponsorship deal with the Ghana Football Association, Anas’ “
#Number12 Presents Ghana a fine circumstantial documentary (film) evidence, but it is wrong to rely on such a material, which has not been subjected to the standards of the laws or rules of evidence before conclusions.”
Like many others including legal brains, MN Appiah believes it is necessary the necessary legal procedures are taken prior to being judgemental. He has therefore urged Ghanaians to be remain calm and deflate the ‘rage’.
In a tweet, MN Appiah said;
#Number12 Presents Ghana a fine circumstantial documentary (film) evidence,but it is wrong to rely on such a material,which has not been subjected to the standards of the laws or rules of evidence before conclusions. I urge for calm. Let's deflate our rage.#GhanaShallprosper pic.twitter.com/cfjv33kjp2
— Nana Appiah Mensah (@mn_appiah) June 8, 2018
In a related development, the Public Relations of Zylofon Cash, Halifax Ansah Addo, new sponsors of the Ghana Premier League there was no middle man or agent between Zylofon Cash and GFA unlike it is being peddled.
In a recent interview, he stated Zylofon cash dealt with the Ghana Football Association directly and had no middleman.
“We (Zylofon Cash) dealt with GFA directly,” he said.