NAM Mission Embarks on Western Region Tour
NAM Mission, a philanthropic foundation owned by Zylofon Media CEO Nana Appiah Mensah a.k.a NAM 1 on Saturday, March 17 embarked on a tour in the Western Region as part of the “welfare state activism” agenda.
The young business executive called on the paramount chief of Winneba (Effutu Traditional Council), Neenyi Ghartey VII where he enounced the underlining motives of the charitable body before heading to the destination.
He was accompanied by the Hon. Catherine Abelema Afeku (Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture), Socrates Sarfo (Chairman of the National Commission of Culture), Samuel Atuobi Baah (Head of Communication at Zylofon Media), among others.
Nana Appiah Mensah Pays Surprise Visit to Adisadel College
The Santaclausian also made a surprise visit to his alma-mater Adisadel College in Cape Coast – a visit which was intended to inspire and motivate students to reach higher heights.
He led current students of the boys’ school in a moment of an enthusiastic ‘jama session.
NAM Mission in Western Region
In Western Region, he also called on Nana Adusei II, the chief of Brawire, a town in Axim in the Nzema East Municipal.
At Brawire, the he also talked about the underlining motives of the NAM Mission.
The team also visited the Community Development Vocational Technical Institute.