- Nana Cheddar Bediako has recently talked about the vision behind some of his luxury high-rise estates
- The Ghanaian billionaire opened up about his personality and other businesses
- Nana Cheddar Bediako sat for an interview with GHOne TV
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A man of many names but better known as Nana Cheddar Bediako aka Freedom Jacob Ceasar has recently talked about the vision behind some of his luxury high-rise estates.
The CEO of Wondaworld Estate also opened up about his personality and other businesses.
The Ghanaian billionaire, who has been touted as one of the richest men in Africa with a fleet of luxurious cars and mansions across the world was in the news for personally donating food relief items to the needy amid the lockdown because of the coronavirus pandemic.
In a recent interview with Serwaa Amihere on GHOne TV, Cheddar opened up about how he spends his time and also why he named his huge building after his mother, Kwarleyz.
According to the billionaire, when he wakes up in the morning, he goes to the gym before he leaves for work, where he manages about four to five companies under one group and comes back home around 7 pm to spend time with his family.
Cheddar described himself as a humanitarian and a businessman with high sense for quality inventions.
He said he ''learnt how to do things right'' to be successful and allowed passion to drive his daily activities.
Speaking about the vision behind his Kwarleyz Residence, Cheddar said he wanted to honour and immortalise his mother while she is alive.
He also said that he wanted to introduce a home that has a functional space but also smart to compete with hotels and Airbnb.
Aside Kwarleyz, Cheddar owns Belgravia, an eight-town house built on a two-acre land.
Cheddar talks more about his persona, personality and businesses in the video below.
In a related story, stunning images have emerged of an exotic Mercedes-Benz owned by Ghanaian business titan, billionaire and the president of Kwarleyz Group, Nana Cheddar Bediako.
The photos show a gull-wing door, also known as a falcon-wing door of the Mercedes-Benz hinged at the roof rather than the side - which is normal for many cars.
Nana Cheddar Bediako's expensive Mercedes-Benz appeared to be 'souring' on its wings like a bird which evokes the image of a seagull's wings.
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