Businessman and Chief Executive Officer of Zylofon Media, Nana Appiah Mensah, has asked Ghanaians to “deflate their rage” over Anas Aremeyaw Anas’ latest explosive exposé, “Number 12.”
In a tweet, Nana Appiah, who also owns Menzgold, argues that the latest video has not been subjected “to the standards of the laws or rules of evidence” and that it will be wrong for Ghanaians to rely on the material to crucify GFA boss, Kwesi Nyantankyi and other officials captured.
The Number 12 video, a two- hour investigative piece on corruption in Ghana Football, has led to the dissolution of the GFA following public outrage.
The government, in a statement, also called on the police to investigate all officials captured in the video and prosecute them if a prima facie case is established.
However, Appiah Mensah whose company, Zylofon Cash, recently signed a 10-million dollar sponsorship deal with the Ghana Premier League, wants Ghanaians to remain calm until the expose survives legal scrutiny.
Below is a screenshot of his statement on Twitter: