Comedian and braggart, Togo Borga says his net worth is more than that of the CEO of Zylofon Media, Nana Appiah Mensah, known to have pumped millions into the signing of some music acts in Ghana.
Appearing on the Away Bus Show on Thursday, Togo Borga, went ahead to describe the CEO’s wealth as paltry and could not be compared to his wealth.
He went ahead to brag that he has signed music acts including Wutah, Guru and bought his NKZ brand. The next personality he intends to sign onto his brand was Burla Mundi, host of the Late Afternoon Show, on GH One TV and King Ayisoba, an indigenous Ghanaian music act.
The Zylofon Media CEO recently purchased a $66 million private jet.
Zylofon Media is a multimedia entertainment company established to supply profitable ,acceptable,audio and visual entertainment to diverse domestic and international consumers. The company is committed to professionally produced impeccable creative arts works that would be domestically edible and also transcends borders.
Nana Appiah Mensah is a Ghanaian entrepreneur with a vision and drive to cause change in the status quo of the world’s economy. This is translated in a proven record of business successes and a passion to grow the personal economy of people globally. Raised by a banker and a businesswoman in Cape Coast in Ghana; Centre for British colonial administration and business capital of the Gold Coast (Ghana); which became the hub for national commerce during the British colonialism by 1700, now the cradle of Ghanaian education, and until 1877 when the capital subsequently moved to Accra.
n 2013, he contributed greatly in the establishment of Menzgold Ghana Company Limited with the objective of “converting paper money to GOLD”;-a means to maintaining real value and purchasing power, as the sure means to CREATE ONE’S OWN ECONOMY, which is void of external control; overly dependence on external factors that one do not have control over. With a political background stretching from colonial governance to contemporary Ghana, he has been oriented with political virtues and values that has shaped him into a republican and a democratic legalist; he subscribes fully to the rule of law and in upholding fundamental human rights and freedoms as enshrined in Chapter five (5) of the Constitution of Ghana, 1992 and by extension, the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights.