"Drīvose" is given for "actually", which seems like a minor distinction. This would give:
Drīvose ñuha brōzi Iōnos issa.
and his name is Jhon Cena!!!!! ( imagine that are playing the song "my time is now" in the background ) XD
It's "issa" because the verb is referring to the name, not yourself. If you wanted to use "iksan" you would say "I am Jon (Iōnos iksan)" instead of "My name is Jon (Nuha brozi Iōnos issa)"
What about "actually"? It was accepted in previous lessons along with "truly" and "really", what happened? "Actually" is used much more often, why not to include it always?