GhanaCelebrities.Com and all concerned industry persons are to remain calm in respect of Zylofon’s seemingly unending problems, as a huge re-shuffle and new competent brains are being brought in by the CEO, Nana Appiah Mensah, a respected confidant of the businessman has just told Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri, the Founding Editor of GhanaCelebrities.Com.
The re-shuffle and the recruitment of new brains have become necessary because of the obvious troubles Zylofon has been engulfed in, made worse by recent events.
Since GhanaCelebrities.Com and all its writers want Zylofon to excel as far as competence is at work, we’ve decided from this moment to halt further publications on Zylofon and give the entity the needed breathing space to re-structure and correct its mistakes.
Let’s state emphatically that, we have not been paid in anyway to halt publications—we seem to have achieved our commendable agenda: to have Zylofon become a competent entity and live up to popular expectation as the ‘Messiah’ of Ghana’s Creative Arts Industry by changing those who were sinking the ship and bringing in those capable of doing a great job.
Nana Appiah Mensah has acted swiftly and that’s also commendable.