CEO of the loudest record label Zylofon Media, Nana Appiah Mensah has opened up about rumors of being part of Illuminati by sharing a photo to confirm these accusations.
We had earlier reported that he shared some photos of rings on his fingers which were alleged to have the Illuminati symbols on it and people have already concluded he is one hence his plenty money. He later came out to rubbish the rumors that he was part and even had some of his signees defending him from the claims.
He shared some photos on his Instagram page of a group called SPACNation which he said is a relationship, not a religion. The sighted rings had crown with colours of diadems embedded on it, and at the middle of the crown is a cross, and under the crown had the inscription:
“Souls with wealth. The church and the world”. The photo also has the harsh tags: #SoulsWithWealth #NewBeginnings #SPACNation.
Nam1 further captioned the photo with an invitation to all people who are interested to attend the event which was to be held in London last Sunday, August 12, 2018. And also reminded interested people that the organization is a relationship, not a religion.
He again wrote: “Spacnation presents Souls with Wealth. All are cordially invited. ..Its a relationship, not a religion. God bless you.”
Though he emphasized that it’s a mere social group, the pictures released and it symbols got his followers talking. Some of them believe the Zylofon Boss is just playing with the minds of Ghanaians and needs to be straight forward with what SPACNation is really about.
Adom For instance, Streetafrica wanted Nana Appiah to come clean. streetafrica_ent: “Massa be specific an stop twisting the mind of Ghanaians..” Clive saw the whole thing as a great inspiration. clive736:
“Great inspiration Sir @mn_appiah.” Mcrbj was excited about the fact that it was said to be a relationship and not a religion. mcrbj_gh: “I love this one @mn_appiahDaddy “It’s Relationship…Not Religion.”
Nana Appiah Mensah has also been in the news recently following his misunderstading with the Bank of Ghana over his gold company Menzgold.