Serial Ghanaian businessman Nana Kwame Bediako, also referred to as Cheddar or Freedom Jacob Caesar, has stated that he is prepared to lead Africa and Ghana with constructive goals and forward-thinking strategies.
Even though Cheddar has stated that he is not interested in political positions, presidential roles, or power struggles, he is adamant about utilizing Africa’s abundant natural resources to develop the entire continent.
Nana Kwame Bediako told the media at a press conference after the New Africa Foundation’s Convention was canceled that he sincerely believes he was put on earth to add value to it, and that is what he is focused on achieving.
According to Cheddar, he’s not here to take away the value of the people but to add value to Ghanaians and the Africa as a whole.
“I am a son of the soil, and I can add value to humanity. I came here to add value to this world and to nature. I am not going to leave here without even God being proud of me.”
Additionally, he voiced his displeasure with the event’s cancellation, claiming that it had strengthened his resolve to make sacrifices in order to aid Ghana and the African continent.
“And if I am the reason why the country or the government is not happy about these great voices coming to educate not only Ghana but also Africa, then I take this moment to sacrifice myself, to unveil myself because I have much respect for these great leaders beside me. I would have taken my own time to tell you that I am. But for this very moment, I am sacrificing myself to let you know that I am that man.”
“But I am that man with a good purpose, with a great vision. I have a plan, and I have a vision for this nation. And not only for this nation, I have it for Africa too. But I know Africa is the next biggest thing because out of all the continents that have been developed in this world, there is only one continent that is not developed, and I am sent to do that.”
He added that in order to better clarify their goals for the continent, his movement would be sharing its policies and programs in the days to come.