Nana Kwame Bediako, also well-known as Freedom Jacob Caesar or Cheddar, the leader of The New Force movement, has disclosed in a recent interview how he became a multi-billionaire.
Following, the cancellation of The Convention program which was planned for 7th January, 2024 at the Black Stars square, the Africa Foundation leader and independent president aspirant has been speaking in the media: revealing his plans and vision for Ghana and Africa.
Speaking in an exclusive interview with Bernard Avle on Citi Point of View late night show, Cheddar revealed that he made his first £1million at the age of 21 by selling scraps in London, United Kingdom in 2001.
Explaining how he became a multi-billionaire, Cheddar said he invested £1million he made from telecommunication and selling scraps in London, he invested in Hawuei and he made £20,000 which he used to build a nightclub in Ghana.
According to him, he made £75,000 as profit from the nightclub he opened in Ghana in 2002.
He further revealed that he was self-employed in London when he made his first £1million at the age of 21 in 2001. He established a Global Telecommunications and Utilities (GTU) in a small office and two employees in London.
“I started investment at very young age, what happens when you invest is the money goes away and you feel like you are broke again. It makes you feel more hungry again,” the leader of the New Force movement said.
I made 1,000,000.00 pounds at the age of 21 by selling scraps and working as a self employed in my own company in London in 2001 – according to Cheddar , senior man be that 😂 pic.twitter.com/2MsdfgXM22
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Relatedly, speaking in a recent interview on JoyNews, Nana Kwame Bediako, disclosed the inspiration behind the ‘Man in the Mask.’
According to him, Africans must go back to the ancient times how black government and excellence started.
Cheddar further explained that in those days, the mask was the identity of the black man which is evident in our arts, however, in recent years, Africa has lost it’s identity and must go back to it.