A social media post by business mogul, Nana Appiah Mensah, has sparked debate online over his intention to contest as president of the Republic of Ghana.
NAM 1, as he affectionately called in a tweet on his official twitter handle posited that, a nation that fails to invest into the coming generation in the areas of technology and science will continue to remain in the shackles of ‘’economic captivity’’.
The tweet also called for a change so Ghana will have leaders that can help shape the country and give it a new hope. The tweet read: ‘’A nation that fails to ‘’refine’’ it’s up and coming generation, especially in this technological and scientific age, would perpetually remain in the shackles of economic captivity. Ghana, ’Change We Must.’ #GhanaShallProsper #Hopeishere,’’ it ended.
After taking the entertainment industry by storm by signing artists like Stonebwoy, Shatta Wale, Kumi Guitar, Joyce Blessing among others, the business mogul has decided to sponsor the premier league.
Nana Appiah Mensah, broke the news of sponsoring the Ghana Premier league through, one of his able lieutenants Frederick Boateng. “On behalf of Nana Appiah Mensah and his team, I would like to announce that Zylofon will be sponsoring the Ghana Premier League”, Boateng revealed.
“Our team has decided to throw our weight behind Ghana football. To you the players present, I urge you all to aspire to higher heights. You should take your job serious as you represent Ghana in football.
You should know that when you don the national jersey, you represent yourself, family and the nation. Do this with all your heart, so after you retire, you will be counted among the legends of Ghana football”, Nana Appiah Mensah said at the short ceremony to announce their decision to sponsor the local league.
Brief Profile of NAM 1 Born on 16th May in Accra, Nana Appiah Mensah is an Ashanti and he is married to the owner of Rozzy’s Collection, Mrs. Mensah. They have one handsome boy together.
Nana Appiah Mensah was born to Susie Ivy Brew a successful business executive in Ghana and Napolean Mensah Abrompah, a distinguished banker. For his young age, the business guru also has several distinguished international academic backgrounds in Mining and Environmental studies, finance, Political Science, Economics & Business Management, Psychology, African and World History, Theology, and Law.
Nana Appiah is also the CEO of Brew Marketing Consult Co. Limited, Menzgold Espana S.L, T.I.A. Holdings (USA), Brew Energy Company Limited, Brew Realty Company Limited, and Cheetah Security Co. Limited.
List of Businesses owned by NAM 1 Menzgold Ghana Ltd. Menzgold Ghana Limited is a limited liability company duly registered and incorporated in Ghana by the company’s Act of 1963 (ACT 179). The company undertakes dealership in Gold, Diamonds and other precious stones and metals.
Brew Marketing Consult Co. Limited Brew Marketing Consult sells outsourced products from MENZGOLD GH. LTD. Menzgold Espana S.L In Spain Established on September 2, 2017, the company’s activities include; 1 Construction, installations, and maintenance 2 Wholesale and retail trade Intermediaries of the trade of diverse products 3 Real estate activities, the sale, and intermediation of all kinds of rural and urban properties, the promotion and construction.
The annual turnover for this business in Spain is less than 2 million euros, Zionfelix.net checks revealed. Zylofon Media Company Limited Zylofon Media is a multimedia entertainment company established to supply profitable, acceptable, audio and visual entertainment to diverse domestic and international consumers.
Under Zylofon Media he has Zylofon FM, Zylofon Music, Zylofon Movies, Zylofon TV, Zylofon Marketing and Copyright office. T.I.A. Holdings (USA) Brew Energy Company Limited Brew Realty Company Limited Cheetah Security Co. Limited Narosa Hotel
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