Ghanaian media and public relations practitioner, Samuel Atuobi Baah, has quit his job with Zylofon Media.
Sammy Flex, as popularly called, played a pivotal role in setting up Nana Appiah Mensah’s Zylofon Media house. He served as communications manager for the outfit also as a presenter on Zylofon FM and TV.
The journalist took to social media to announce his resignation from the Television and Radio stations owned by Zylofon Media.
“I am off on all Zylofon Media platforms (Radio & TV) at the moment. More details soon but for now,” he tweeted.
Earlier this year, radio disc jockey DJ Ashmen also left Zylofon FM, a subsidiary of Zylofon Media.
According to sources, the media company owned by the embattled CEO of MenzGold Ghana Limited, Nana Appiah Mensah, terminated DJ Ashmen’s contract for unknown reasons.
Within some years, the likes of Mr Massive (Showbiz Agenda’s producer), Empress Neeta, Phylx Akakpo, Mr Bawa, Black, DJ Sedem, DJ Pakorich, Cobsy, Naa Ayorkor Fantastic, Kwesi Essel, Director Abass, Oforiwaa, Prince Banitsi, Kwame Awuah, John Mentor Ocran aka Dj Mentor and many more other key workers quit the company.
According to most of them, after they sacrificed and stayed with the company when it had some crisis with its sister company MenzGold, the management decided to bring policies that didn’t go down well so they quit.
In a Facebook live stream, DJ Pakorich mentioned how they had to stress to make money and still go to Zylofon Media to work.
Check out pictures of some workers who left;
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