Nana Appiah Mensah, the CEO of full-fledged Ghanaian entertainment company Zylofon Media leading a campaign that could only yield good results for the entertainment industry in Ghana.
Noted for investing more in entertainment in the country, the young business executive who is also known as NAM 1 has noted that Ghana can influence the world with its culture.
According to him, although the West African nation is no military or economic super power, the country’s richness in the art and culture could make the country a formidable one.
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“Ghana is neither a military nor economic super power just yet. However, we are well endowed with enormous Arts and rich culture. Let’s influence our culture on the world through creative arts and Ghana’s development would be inevitable,” he tweeted.
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Ghana is neither a military nor economic super power just yet. However, we are well endowed with enormous Arts and rich culture. Let’s influence our culture on the world through creative arts and Ghana’s development would be inevitable. #CulturalimpositionCampaign pic.twitter.com/E1wtCe599e
— Nana Appiah Mensah (@mn_appiah) February 3, 2018
His post has since received positive feedback from many on and off social media. Among them include blogger Ameyaw Debrah, and Chairman of the National Commission of Culture Mr Socrates Sarfo.
— Ameyaw Debrah (@ameyaw112) February 3, 2018
Nana Appiah Mensah’s Zylofon Media operates Zylofon TV, Zylofon 102.1 FM (Accra), Zylofon Music, and Zet Cinema. The Company also has Zylofon Arts Fund, My Zylofon Dream (Zylofon Cash), Zylofon Ghana Music Awards, Ghana Arts Clubs as some of their products.
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