Zylofon Media, operators of Zylofon FM and Zylofon TV have announced the suspension of all live programming until further notice.
CEO of the company Nana Appiah Mensah (Nam 1) has been battle with series of cases with authorities and his partners abroad after the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) directed Mengold Ghana Limited to shutdown its operations in gold collectibles and guaranteed returns to clients.
Zylofon Music, a subsidiary of the Zylofon Group is also in crises as artists signed onto the record label have either left or without financial muscle to undertake their projects.
Most its offices and properties across the country have been closed down and others being auctioned.
But the company in a statement on Sunday, January 9, 2021 said all live programs scheduled to return on Monday, January 10 have suspended until January 28, 2022.
The temporal measure it said is to afford management undertake some engineering works and structural adjustments to improve their services.
“We wish to inform the listeners, viewers, and ardent followers of ZYLOFON FM (102.1MhZ) and ZYLOFON TV that all our live shows which were originally scheduled to return on Monday 10″ January 2022 are suspended temporarily.
“This is to allow room for Management to undertake some engineering works on our channels as well as some structural adjustments in our operations, all in the bid to serve you better,” the statement explained.
It added “In the absence of the live shows, you would be treated to undiluted entertaining content on the channels until the shows return on Monday the 28h of March 2022.”