You will fail If you want to “fix” Ghana’s Creative arts industry – Ola Michael to Zylofon Media Boss

Ola Michael

Movie producer and entertainment pundit, Ola Michael has said the Chief Executive Officer of Zylofon media, Nana Mensah will fail at his move to “fix” the creative arts industry in Ghana.

The Chief Executive Officer of Zylofon Media, Nana Appiah Mensah has said that he will fix the Creative Arts Industry in Ghana to make it a very lucrative venture.

But in a Facebook post commenting on the bold statement by the CEO of Zylofon Media, Ola Michael has said he will fail at his move to solve the problems in Ghana’s Creative Arts industry.

According to him “YOU CAN’T fix this industry. You can help fix it! Such pompous statements should be eschewed. The hand of a single man can’t cover the skies”.

He indicated that “You make enemies, unnecessarily, with such statements. Certain things are way beyond you and are matters of policy and regulations. I believe you know little or nothing about such regulations and policy guidelines. Let me not bother you with tutorials on that”.

The movie producer indicated that the statement by Nana Appiah Mensah was borne out of youthful exuberance. He said “I think that statement was borne out of youthful exuberance. I don’t know what Mr. Appiah was sipping on while making that statement but I doubt it was anything I could afford”.

READ WHAT HE WROTE IN FULL

I heard the Zylofon boss has said somewhere that he will fix this creative industry
Hello sir, YOU CAN’T fix this industry. You can help fix it!
Such pompous statements should be eschewed. The hand of a single man can’t cover the skies.
You make enemies, unnecessarily, with such statements.
Certain things are way beyond you and are matters of policy and regulations. I believe you know little or nothing about such regulations and policy guidelines. Let me not bother you with tutorials on that
I have said it, I always pray that Zylofon succeed to encourage others to invest on our industry but it does not mean we shouldn’t correct when the wealthy man goes wrong.
I think that statement was borne out of youthful exuberance
I don’t know what Mr. Appiah was sipping on while making that statement but I doubt it was anything I could afford.
Dear Nana Appiah, please be mindful of your statements and emotions. For knack of tact in communication prevents enemies.

If anyone is offended by my openness, bother less; I have both feet in the sea enjoying its coolness.
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