Zylofon Music's new signee Tisha will suffer - Ola Michael spells doom

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Sun, 14 Jun 2020 Source: peacefmonline.com

Host of Neat FM's ''Entertainment Ghana'', Ola Michael has spelled doom for the newest signee of Zylofon Music, Tisha.

Tisha, an Afro-Pop musician, was on Friday, June 12, 2020 unveiled as the new face of the music record label, Zylofon Music.

The event was also to mark the re-commencement of the music record label owned by embattled Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Menzgold, Nana Appiah Mensah, popularly called NAM 1.

The event saw in attendance numerous entertainment dignitaries including Dancehall artiste Stonebwoy and actress Zynell Zuh.

Touching on the ceremony, Ola Michael was without a shred of doubt that Tisha will suffer the same fate of her predecessors like Becca and Joyce Blessing among others whose music career nearly took a fall while on the record label.

According to him, the Afro-Pop musician has also signed a risky deal stating emphatically ''those that they (Zylofon Music) are signing the deal with will suffer''.

Ola Michael, speaking as a panel member on Saturday's ''Entertainment Review'' on Peace FM, further slammed the management of Zylofon Music saying it's a wrong timing for them to commence operations particularly when NAM 1 has failed to reimburse Menzgold customers whose monies are locked up in the gold firm.

The gold firm has become defunct after it was closed down by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for operating without licence.

''If someone tells me to separate Zylofon from Menzgold, me, I won't agree. I feel the whole Zylofon building was erected with money from Menzgold. Because who can tell me that, since Zylofon was started, the whole establishment, music and film, has earned them a profit of GHC 1 million? I think now that they're reopening it is a bit insensitive to those whose money are locked up at Menzgold. It's very, very insensitive.

''We will be branded as doomsayers for saying this...I don't know why the need now and why they want to do it now. I don't know the plan but I feel it's a bit insensitive to those whose money is at Menzgold'', he told host Akwasi Aboagye.

Source: peacefmonline.com
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