The musician revealed this during an interview with TV/radio host Abeiku Santana on ATUU.
Speaking with the FOKN Bois, Wanlov recounted during their school days at Adisadel College (Adisco), NAM1 assisted him to pay his school fees after he’d spent it.
The absconded CEO according to Wanlov; NAM1 was his junior in form one (1) when he gifted the musician Ghc 700 to pay his school fees.
Wanlov says, he would refund the money should Nana Appiah Mensah return to Ghana so he could also pay his debt of over $40 million.
Speaking with Abeiku Santana on ATUU, the social commentators who are currently promoting their album ‘Afrobeats Lol’, they were offered $100,000 by an investor if they’d consider changing their album cover and their artist name ‘FOKN Bois’ to something else. They however refused.
‘Account Balance’ which is part of the seven (7) track-piece is currently receiving massive airplay in France.
Watch the interview below.