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What You Need To Know About MenzGold CEO, Nana Appiah Mensah

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Nana Appiah Mensah, popularly known as NAM 1 is a profound businessman and tycoon CEO of Zylofon Media Company Limited and MenzGold Ghana Limited.

Nana Appiah Mensah attended Adisadel College for his secondary school education. He furthered to the University of Ghana for his first degree.

At the University, he studied a couple of degree programmes, including Economics & Business Management, Finance, Mining and Environmental Studies, Psychology, Law, African and World History and Theology.

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NAM 1 was born on 16th May in Accra, he is an Ashanti.

Nana Appiah Mensah was born to Susie Ivy Brew a successful business executive in Ghana and Napoleon Mensah Abrompah, a distinguished banker. He is married to Rose Mensah the owner of Rozzy’s Collection and they have one lovely son together.

Besides being known as the CEO of Zylofon Media, the media house that has signed ace artists such as Stonebwoy, Becca, Shatta Wale, Joyce Blessing, Kim Guitar, and movie stars such as Benedicta Gafah, Toosweet Annan, Nana Appiah is also the CEO of MenzGold Ghana Co. Limited. A financial company that deals with precious stones such as Gold, Diamond etc.

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Nana Appiah is also the CEO of Brew Marketing Consult Co. Limited, Menzgold Espana S.L, T.I.A. Holdings (USA), Brew Energy Company Limited, Brew Realty Company Limited, and Cheetah Security Co. Limited. He currently manages more than 2000 employees with more being added each day.

In September 2018, Menzgold dragged SEC and the BoG to court after its license was revoked by SEC.

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The suit filed at the Commercial Division of the Accra High Court described the two regulators as indulging in activities that were “harmful” to its operations.

Credit: GhanaWeb


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