REVEALED: Zylofon CEO Nana Appiah Mensah planned to give pick-ups and buses to GPL clubs Featured
17 Oct

REVEALED: Zylofon CEO Nana Appiah Mensah planned to give pick-ups and buses to GPL clubs

The owner of Zylofon Group, Nana Appiah Mensah planned to give away pick-ups and buses to all Ghana Premier League clubs, according to Star Madrid head coach Michael Osei.
The Ghana top-flight league landed a mega sponsorship deal worth $10 million for a five-year period from the Zylofon Group.
His company, Zylofon Cash is currently the headline sponsor of the Ghana Premier League which ended abruptly due to the Anas Aremeyaw Anas' #Number12 exposé.
"He [Nana Appiah Mensah] wanted to give pick-ups to all the 16 Premier League clubs as well as cameras so they could be able to capture their training sessions and make them available to the media as part of efforts to promote the league, Michael Osei told Asempa FM.
“Even he had plans of buying buses for all the 16 Premier League teams. The government should encourage Nana Appiah Mensah because he is ready to help the teams”, he added.
He owns Menzgold,  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.
Nana Appiah entered into football business earlier this year after acquiring a second-tier side Star Madrid (formerly Rainbow FC).
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