The CEO of Zylofon Media Nana Appiah Mensah has revealed that he will build a school to honour the memory of deceased musician Ebony.

Ebony died in an accident at Nyamebekyere near Mankranso in the Ahafo Ano South, a district in the Ashanti Region on Thursday aged just 20.

Her black Jeep vehicle collided head-on with a VIP bus from the opposite direction.

The hit maker died along with two others and her untimely death has sparked huge emotions in the country and abroad.

Now Mensah says he wants to build a school to honour the memory of the musician who has done several hits since her career took off two years ago.

Ebony's manager Bullet praised Zylofone boss initiative to build a school in Ebony’s honour.

Bullet said “I have respect for the Zylofone boss. I respect that man. He is doing something great.

"What he is doing it with the industry is something I want to do too if I had the means, but he has to watch people around him.

“He is a good man, I really respect him, but things must be done right.

The CEO of Zylofon Media Nana Appiah Mensah has denied allegations that he planned to 'snatch' the late Dance Hall Artist 'Ebony' from her record label before she died last Thursday.

In a tweet, Mr. Appiah Mensah said his team had a fruitful meeting and reached a verbal agreement just last Tuesday, after which Ebony asked him to bail her out from her current manager because she wanted to be free.

The tweet received severe criticism especially from social media users who felt his tweet suggested her current management, Ruff Town records may have something to do with the late singer's accident.

But Mr. Appiah Mensah has explained that the tweet has been misinterpreted.

Mr. Appiah Mensah said the tweet was also a call for an affirmative action on the welfare of females in the creative industry.