Ghanaian 'billionaire' Cheddar flaunts massive ¢39 million mansion in California (Video)

Ghanaian 'billionaire' Cheddar flaunts massive ¢39 million mansion in California (Video)

- Popular Ghanaian 'billionaire' Cheddar has taken a tour around his ¢39 million mansion, showing the beautiful interior and exterior features

- According to Nana Kwame, he acquired all his luxury through his estate development business

- In 2019, the confident young man organized a massive party that was graced by topnotch individuals in Ghana including Stonebwoy

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Nana Kwame Bediako, a self-acclaimed billionaire from Ghana popularly known as Cheddar has taken a tour around his million-dollar mansion that is estimated to be worth $7 million.

In a video interview with Fused Africa sighted by YEN.com.gh, Cheddar walked the audience through his luxurious mansion situated exactly in Bel Air at California in the United States of America.

According to Nana Kwame, he acquired all his luxury through his estate development business. Nana is well-known for regularly flaunting his wealth and showing off his brilliant asserts.

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In 2018, he held a huge global networking party at his plush Skybar in Accra where Hollywood stars including Idris Elba, Anthony Anderson, Jidenna, Naomi Campbell, Boris Kodjoe and Michael Jai White were present.

As part of the ‘Year of Return, Ghana 2019’ celebrations, the confident young man organized a massive party that was graced by topnotch individuals in Ghana including Stonebwoy.

In the video interview, Cheddar's mansion is classified as one of the top five most luxurious homes in the entire world.

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Cheddar excitedly took his guests around his mansion, calling himself the 'Prince of Africa' and describing how he was inspired to put up such a luxurious place after seeing other buildings in Africa.

In other exciting news about Ghanaians, a local startup at Agbogba in Accra called the Okuafo Foundation has been awarded a whopping ¢3.3 million for inventing a mobile application that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to detect diseases in crops at an early stage without using internet connection.

Ventureburn.com indicates that the Agritech startup Okuafo Foundation was awarded $600 000 ( Approximately ¢3.3 million) after it won the food category in the Zayed Sustainability Prize 2020.

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