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Ghana’s FNM Urban Street Wear Makes A Historic Debut In Pop Up Sales History

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Fear No Man Clothing, one of the Continent’s most recognized fashion brands on Saturday the 2nd of June made a huge statement when a record Crowd turned up for their independently organized pop-up sales event.

The Event dubbed the FNM Xperience was meticulously curated and interlaced with Music, Arts, Food and Drinks and a graceful crowd of fearless Young and old people accross different walks of life.

Post-event, CEO of FNM remarked on his Instagram, chronicling his story and the huge achievement he had marked in the first of many pop-ups to come.

“We can only be said to be alive in those moments when our hearts are conscious of our treasures and our blessings. I felt more alive than ever before, to see the Story of our struggles being embraced as a culture”.

The event saw some of the nation’s mainstream acts and DJs including Medikal, Kidi, EL, Kelvyn Boy, DJ breezy, DJ Justice, Dj MYNOR, Benny Blanco, Py , Renner , JOEL ORLEANS , Dj Mic Smith , Director Yaw Skyface , Dj Breezy , Bronilive , DJ Vyrusky etc.

This year’s event was in partnership with Base Camp Initiative, Jack Daniels Ghana and Fantinel Winery.

“For a brand with a clear vision to progress, there are endless possibilities we seek to venture into as well as collaborations.”
the young CEO remarked.

“In the Following months we will be releasing details of some of the projects we re working on, we re doing some amazing Projects with DJ Breezy and Medikal and we cant wait to outdoor them” he concluded.

 

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“It Is Wrong To Rely On Such A Material” – Nana Appiah On Anas#12 Documentary.

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Nana Appiah Mensah the C.E.O of Zylofon media, an organization under which Zylofon cash operates has finally spoken with respect to the expose which was compiled by Ace investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas that captured the currently embattled G.F.A president Kwesi Nyantetsi engaging in acts which are considered illegal.

Zylofon cash is currently the headline sponsor of the Ghana premiere league after the organization injected $ 10 million in total for five years as a sponsorship package.

After the premiere of the documentary that wobbled the core of football here in Ghana, there were speculations that Zylofon cash will withdraw its sponsorship, but with this post made by the C.E.O himself, we don’t see that speculated withdrawal in sight.

After being silent on the matter for a while he took to his social media page calling for calm and asking Ghanaians to deflate their rage.

He wrote, “#Number12 Presents Ghana a fine circumstantial documentary (film) evidence, but it is wrong to rely on such a material, which has not been subjected to the standards of the laws or rules of evidence before conclusions. I urge for calm. Let’s deflate our rage.#GhanaShallprosper” he wrote.

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Zylofon Cash Threatens To Terminate Ghana Premier League Sponsorship Deal

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The top-flight’s headline sponsors say they may pull out of the contract if Ghana FA officials are found guilty in an ongoing investigation

Zylofon Cash Public relations officer Halifax Owusu-Ansah has warned Ghana Football Association to clear themselves or risk their lucrative ten-year deal for the Ghana Premier League being scrapped.

This comes following recent allegations of corruption levelled against the FA’s president Kwesi Nyantakyi and some executive committee members who are currently under investigation by the Criminal and Investigation Department (CID).

Nyantakyi was caught on camera in an undercover investigation by ace Ghanaian journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas and his Tiger Eye PI crew.

Nyantakyi has been charged with defrauding by false pretence for using the name of the country’s president Nana Akufo-Addo to negotiate for a business deal in Dubai.

Greater Accra regional football association chairman Eddie Doku and Kofi Manu were also captured accepting bribes to influence selection into the national teams and issues regarding player’s eligibility.

“If it so happens that the investigations affect the whole organisation [GFA] or the leaders so much so that the league cannot continue, then we may review the contract and opt out,” Halifax told Citi FM.

“Who enters a contract without an exit clause? I’ve not seen it anywhere before so there are other options. However, the matter hasn’t reached there yet, it is just an option we are considering so we are hoping that the situation will not get to that level in the end. They have to clear themselves,” he added.

By: Ghana Web

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The “Zylofon Arts Fund”…..Here Are A Few Guidelines On How To Access It

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The Zylofon Arts fund was launched some two weeks ago and has since received a number of entries which are currently under review by the 5-member administrative board.

Proposals should be sent directly to the zylofon media headquarters in East Legon, lagos Avenue opposite mensvic hotel. Meanwhile here’s all you need to provide in order to access the $1million fund successfully.

The Zylofon Arts Fund is a scheme structured to support the various creative arts
arms of the Nation both locally and internationally, to boost the prominence of the
Arts and Tourisms in Ghana. ZAF is a credit relief fund with a non-interest

Areas
The fund will cover a wide spectrum of which include Film (Documentary, Movie
Producers, Set Designers), Music ( Drummers, Sound Engineers, Song
Writers/Composers, Instrumentalists, Performers), Theatre Arts (Stage Managers),
Dance, Visual Arts, Tourism Writers and Bloggers, Architects, Artisans
(Hairdressers, Painters, Craftsmen, Sculptors, Weavers, Make-up Artists), Fashion
Designers and Dressmakers, Jewelry, Publishers
Eligibility Criteria
Open all well – meaning Ghanaians in the Arts Industry.

Basic Information Required
1. Full Applicant name
2. Full applicant address including GhanapostGPS address (office or house
location)
3. Creative Art industry category (e.g. Food, fashion, comedy, etc)
4. Country
5. Region (if project location and address is in Ghana)
6. Contact phone numbers
7. Contact email address
8. Amount requested
9. Project brief (one paragraph)

Documentation and Information Required
1. Project scope details review
2. Project financials – Previous spend and projected spend/budget
3. Historic performance review – Proof of revenue where applicable?
4. Talent/creativity confirmation – This will include sampling of product or
service (demo CD, script review, artwork analysis, food tasting etc)
5. Potential impact/Benefit to society

Final Application Phase
1. Verification of information provided by phone, email, site visits and meeting
2. Project defense by owner or management (At office or by phone)
3. BOD members final review and recommendation for success and evaluation
4. BOD sign off with a brief justification for authorizing of fund release.

Board Guidelines
1. BOD members and family (spouses, parent, brothers and sisters) are not
allowed to access the funds
2. Board meetings shall be held once every 2 weeks
3. After a project has progressed through all phases of the review process, the

 

BOD will vote to approve funding.

4. A majority vote is required to pass for funding.
5. All BOD members must sign off on all project after final phase review has
been completed.
6. BOD members must meet approved project lead at least once before funds
can be disbursed
7. All application must be acknowledged in writing via email confirming receipt
8. BOD must process and respond to “ALL” received application no later than 1
calendar month with decision either positive or not.
9. BOD must endeavor to select project across all creative art sectors, all
regions and the diaspora
10. Special priority must be given to projects that promote Ghana’s creative art
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Senior Executives Of Standard Chartered Bank Mentor KNUST Students

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Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology came alive with excitement as StanChart rolled out some great initiatives on campus with aim of inspiring students.

The event dubbed ‘Stand Out’ saw about 300 students on the KNUST counselled on what to do during their tertiary education to fit into the cooperate world.
Senior Executives of the bank took the students through the event.
The aim of the event was to allow the Senior Executives of the bank share their stories of how they stood out to higher heights in the banking sector and the dynamics students aiming to enter the sector must know.
They also discussed issues on a career path after graduation, career challenges and how to balance work and family.
The Chief Executive Officer of the bank, Mansa Nettey, encouraged the students to read broadly and have an open mind towards their education and career.
She entreated them not to stick to only with what they are thought in the lecture hall but broaden then horizon as they will be competing globally if they graduate.
Meanwhile, Standard Chartered Bank took the opportunity to announce it has moved its branch from the commercial area to the Jubilee Mall in the KNUST.
The branch has been made more client friendly and digitally apt to bring convenience to customers.
The ultra-modern smart branch, combines both traditional and digital banking services, offering a full suite of banking products, including wealth and investment management as well as insurance solutions.

 

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