The headquarters of Zylofon Media in Accra was engulfed by fire Monday evening, according to reports.
Officials the Ghana National Fire Service were successful in dousing out the flames.
Director of Communications of MenzGold, Nii Armarh Amarteifio, in a JoyNews report indicated that some workers at the headquarters of Zylofon Media spotted the fire around 10 pm.
The cause of the fire is not yet known.
Meanwhile, Chief Executive Officer of Zylofon Media and defunct MenzGold, Nana Appiah Mensah, popularly known as NAM1 in a heartwarming tweet stated, “What shall separate us from the love of God? Be of good cheer. We shall partake in a better, stronger and an overwhelmingly brighter tomorrow. I praise you, God.”
Statement by Zylofon Media on fire outbreak at office premises
A fire incident occurred at about 9 pm on Monday 25th November 2019 at the Zylofon Media Complex used for our television, radio and online operations.
Thankfully, the incident which affected one of our two buildings, occurred in the night after most of our staff members, clients and visitors had departed the premises.
We are extremely grateful to God that there were no human fatalities or casualties.
While one part of the complex was damaged by the fire, the swift response of the Ghana National Fire Service, some of our staff, friends and well-wishers, who all responded to the incident in diverse ways, contributed to the swift containment and extinguishing of the fire.
We commend the professionalism of the GNFS and the Ghana Police Service officials and thank them for the timely and invaluable service they rendered.
We are now working with the relevant authorities to ascertain the cause of the fire outbreak. Relevant experts are also working to ensure the structural integrity of the affected building.
We are also working assiduously to resume our full operations as soon as possible.
We will keep the public updated on any developments on this matter.
Once again we wish to express our deep appreciation to all for the encouragement and moral support during the incident.