UK-based Ghanaian pastor, Brian Amoateng has honoured the CEO of Zylofon Media and Menzgold Ghana, Nana Appiah Mensah well known as NAM1 at the just ended International Youth Empowerment Summit 2018 held at National Theatre last week.
iYES is basically a youthful program which seeks to improve the spiritual and intellectual well being of the young generation across the globe and led by individuals from various walks of life.
According to the Found and Leader of London Prayer Center, Nana Appiah through his hard work has been able to contribute tremendously to the society within a short period of time. The business mogul through his entrepreneur initiative has created jobs for the youth in various sectors and has improved the lives of some musicians in Ghana.
The founder of the iYES, Pastor Brian and his team acknowledged the achievements of the business mogul on the last day of the three-day summit. His representative at the program, Nii Amarh Amarteifio received the award on his behalf at the event since he was not able to make it at the ceremony.
The 2018 edition of iYes had renowned personalities like archbishop Duncan-Williams, Kwame Sefa Kayi, Bishop O.A. Bernard, Sammy Awuku, Oheneyere Gifty Anti, Deloris Frimpong-Manson alias Delay, Pastor Daniel Amoateng, Prophet Sampson Amoateng and many others.
Other celebrated Ghanaians zionfelix.net saw at the three-day event included Jackie Appiah, Funny Face, Kumcacha, Nikki Samonas, Obuobia, Roselyn Ngissah and many more.
Joe Mettle, Ceccey Twum, Akesse Brempong, Ernest Opoku, Bro. Sammy and other gospel stars also performed at the 4th edition of IYes which started from August 22 to 24.