Popular media giant, Zylofon media has extended a helping hand to the students of Akwamuman Senior High School, through one of its outfits, Zylofon Cash.
Zylofon Cash donated an amount of $10,000 as sponsorship for the school as they progress to represent Ghana in the Broadway Drama Festival, to be held in South Africa.
The event which was held at the Zylofon Cash premises, Airport residential area, Accra was graced with the presence of Nana Ansah Kwao, Chief of Akwamu Adumasa, Nana Akwafo Yenkyi, the Sanaahene of Akwamu and other dignitaries from the town as well as the school.
The presentation was done by Mr. William Atsu, Chief Operating Officer for Zylofon.
Mr Atsu stated that;
“We realize that, the Akwamuman students have a lot of things that can project Ghana and Africa as a whole to the world. Our organization is proud to support them with an amount of $10,000. Our objective is to support them, to help bring out or develop their individual talents, to make Ghana proud and prosper”
Addressing the audience, Gabriel Kwabla Kwamigah, National coordinator for Zylofon cash announced also that;
“Our core mandate is to portray the Ghanaian spirit in a different dimension. It is high time we showcased what we have in Africa to the world. Zylofon cash is here to help uncover talents, hence our support for these students”
As part of the sponsorship, Gabriel also disclosed the initiative to sign some of the students from the school’s drama club onto the Zylofon Arts Club, to enable them a chance for professional training.
Nana Ansah Kwao, showered praises on the outfit for their kind gesture saying;
“This is the beginning of a great friendship between the people of Akuamu and Zylofon media. We are extremely grateful for the support you have shown our students.”
Akwamuman Senior High School emerged winners over Presec, Pope Johns and others, in the inter-secondary school Broadway Drama Festival organized by Heritage Ghana.
Following their win, the school has been selected to represent Ghana on the advanced level of the competition, in South Africa.
The donation from Zylofon Cash is to finance the transportation and other expenses of the students’ trip to South Africa.
“We sought after Zylofon Media for sponsorship because of their agenda to nurture young talents like our students. We appreciate the way we have been received by the institution”, Mrs Mina Darko, patron of the school’s drama club said.
Zylofon Cash is a digital platform where varied contents are viewed for free and owners of the contents are viewed for free and owners of the content get pad according to the number of views their content attracts.
It also serves as a free-to-view mega library stocked with a wide range of content ranging from amateur videos, professionally cut videos, professionally cut videos, paintings, audios, creative arts contents, educational materials, profiles of soccer clubs and sports personalities, documentaries on a wide range of topics, to an endless list of any interesting digital content that can attract views.
Signing up to view content on the platform is free and one can sign up by going on the website, www.zylofoncash.com or by downloading the Zylofon Cash app on Google Play Store or on Apple Store for free.
To upload content, you however have to get an access card which costs a GHC100. The card contains an access pin which allows you to upload up to three different contents with each not exceeding 350 megabytes.
At the end of each week, the views are monetized and paid into the account of the content owner. After each payment, the counter is dropped back to and fresh views starts to count until the end of the week.
There is no time limit on the number of views and each content remains on the platform until the owner decides to take it off.
There is a censorship team which vets submitted content, to ensure it is not pornographic and does not contain hate messages or fringes on minority groups.
See photos from the event below…