Film maker, Eddie Nartey says he wasn't happy with the way things turned out at Zylofon Media.
Eddie Nartey was employed by Zylofon boss, Nana Appiah Mensah, as Artiste and Repertoire Manager for Zylofon Arts Club.
According to the actor, he wished things had turned out differently unlike how the Zylofon Arts sector was managed while he was there.
He noted that he felt under-utilized by his colleagues stressing, although he was Artiste and Repertoire Manager, he believed he could do much more than managing talents and that he hoped they had done better in executing their duties.
He said, during an interview with Nkonkonsa.com, that his colleague workers didn't involve him in anything to do with acting except his assigned duty.
''I wasn't happy about some of the things that went on. I really thought that I could have done better; I mean we could have done better at Zylofon...I think so, I know so; I was so under-utilized'', he told Nkonkonsa.
Watch full interview below:
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