Ghanaian billionaire Cheddar narrates how he started life as a scrap dealer

Ghanaian billionaire Cheddar narrates how he started life as a scrap dealer

- Cheddar, a popular young Ghanaian with immense wealth has revealed that he started out as a scrap dealer

- According to the self-acclaimed billionaire with a GHC 39 million mansion, the sales of communication materials and scraps earned him a million pounds

- The mogul indicates that this happened when he was just 3 weeks into college at the age of 21

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Ghanaian self-acclaimed billionaire, business mogul and president of the Kwarleyz Group (Wonda World Estates and Petronia City Development) by name Nana Kwame Bediako has revealed that he started out as a scrap dealer.

Pulse.com.gh reports that according to the tycoon, he made a million pounds when he was just 21 years old and three weeks into college.

The brilliant young Ghanaian who owns a 7million-dollar mansion in California went on further to indicate that he was into the sale of both communication materials and scraps, through which he made his first fortune.

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In Bediako's own words, “By age 21, he had made a million pounds for himself, selling scrap, steel, and telecommunications material while in school at Waltham Forest College".

Cheddar, the 'billionaire, who recently changed his legal name from Nana Kwame Bediako to Freedom Jacob Caesar also mentioned that he was able to afford a car, mobile phone and enough funds to start his big-time businesses through the small trade.

“I started college and the first three weeks I bought a car, mobile phone and started my business,” Freedom Jacob Caesar narrated.

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In other news, a beautiful young lady's boyfriend has given her the surprise of her life as her man decided to make a money-stacked birthday cake for her.

In a viral video sighted by YEN.com.gh on social media, the young lady was at a birthday party with some of her friends.

Projecting from the cake was a large ring which appeared to bear the tag 'happy birthday'.

When it was time to eat the cake, she had to take out the ring. That was when her eyes started to pop as the ring was attached to a long chain of money.

The rather eye-popping video was sighted by YEN.com.gh

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