Nana Appiah Mensah popularly known as NAM1 has managed to successfully evade the public all this while. He has been able to evade public attention after what his gold trading firm Menzgold did to its customers. He was offering mouthwatering interest rates which a lot of Ghanaians fell for. Now a lot of people had their life savings locked up with the firm after it was closed down by the Bank of Ghana and the Securities and Exchange Commission.
One of his other companies that are still in operation is Zylofon FM based in East Legon, a plush neighbourhood in Accra. The station has managed to keep itself afloat so many years after the Menzgold scandal.
According to sources, NAM1 has sold his radio station to popular prophet Stephen Adom Kyei Duah, the founder of the Believers Worship Centre also known as the Philadelphia Movement. The station has been renamed Second Chance radio according to flyers on social media with the same frequency Zylofon FM was using.
It is however not surprising after the station has stopped running live programs for some time now. Many are of the view that the station was sold because of the issues NAM1 has been battling for the past few years. We are watching closely to see how the situation unfolds.
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