EXCLUSIVE: Zylofon Media CEO acquires Rainbow FC Featured
22 Jan

EXCLUSIVE: Zylofon Media CEO acquires Rainbow FC

The Kumasi-based club have been sold to the Chief Executive Officer of Zylofon Media, Kickgh.com can exclusively reveal.
Division One League side Rainbow FC have been acquired by one of the richest young men in Ghana, Mr. Nana Appiah Mensah.
Rainbow FC sealed promotion to the Ghanaian second-tier league in August last year after whipping Shooting Stars 1-0 in Ashanti region Division two middle league.
Kickgh.com understands that the new owners will change the name of the club to Stars Madrid FC and the entire playing body and technical men will move to Accra.
"The club [Rainbow FC] have been acquired by Mr. Appiah Mensah of Zylofon Media. He bought it few weeks ago and We will be moving to Accra this morning (Monday)," a close source told Kickgh.com
"It was sold to the young entrepreneur following the demise of the founder of the club, Nana Acheampong who passed on last year after our promotion to the Division One League,"
Kickgh.com reported few days ago that Mr. Nana Appiah Mensah has expressed interest in running a football club after lifting the face of the entertainment and creative arts industry in Ghana.
He bought Gulfstream Private Jet G-IV worth $41 million last year and has signed several top notch musicians in Ghana including Stonebowy, Becca, Kumi Guitar, Joyce Blessing and others  under his label, Zylofon Media. 
Also, Zylofon FM and TV have also started testing transmission in the capital, Accra.
Nana Appiah is the CEO of Menzgold Ghana Co. Limited, Brew Marketing Consult Co. Limited, Menzgold Espana S.L, T.I.A. Holdings (USA), Brew Energy Company Limited, Brew Realty Company Limited, Cheetah Security Co. Limited and  Zylofon Media Company Limited
By: Gideon Fiifi Nyamekye
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