Nana Appiah Mensah Wouldn't Be A Rich Man If He Wasn't Smart, He Knows What He's Doing — Kumi Guitar To Zylofon Media's Critics

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Zylofon Media star Kumi Guitar has brushed aside critics of the company who claim boss Nana Appiah Mensah is wasting money without any plan for getting return on his investments.
According to the highlife artist, real name Nana Yaw Kumi, Nana Appiah Mensah would not be a rich man if he wasn’t smart and therefore he knows exactly what he’s doing with Zylofon.
Kumi Guitar, the first artist signed to the company, said on Joy Fm: “He [Nana Appiah Mensah] knows that it is a long-term investment. He could have put his money into other investments that will yield him money every month. Or probably six months or three months and he will be okay. He doesn’t need to come to the media for people to insult him like we do these days,” he said.

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“My mum will tell you that foolish men don’t make money….Anytime I go talk to her that Nana Appiah, the business is going this way… putting more money in, she tells me he knows what he is doing…He won’t give up. He knows that we don’t appreciate anything Ghanaian. If he was a Nigerian doing this Zylofon thing, we will support as Ghanaians,” Guitar complained.

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