- A photo has surfaced of CEO of Wondaworld Estate, Nana Cheddar Bediako bonding with Osei Kwame Despite and Ernest Ofori Sarpong
- The image shows the three millionaires in their casual attires as they posed for the camera
- The visual also shows some expensive cars of Nana Cheddar Bediako, Despite and Ernest Ofori Sarpong
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An awe-inspiring image has surfaced of CEO of Wondaworld Estate, Nana Cheddar Bediako bonding with Osei Kwame Despite and his brother Ernest Ofori Sarpong.
In the photo that has been shared on social media, Nana Cheddar Bediako aka Freedom Jacob Ceasar and his colleague millionaires posed for the camera to capture the moment.
The image shows the three millionaires in their casual attires as they posed for the camera
Just like they say, a picture tells a million words and the image has personalities worth more than billions.
Nana Cheddar Bediako has been touted as one of the richest men in Africa with a fleet of luxurious cars and mansions across the world.
Cheddar was recently in the news for personally donating relief items to the needy amid the lockdown because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The CEO of Despite Group of Companies, Dr Osei Kwame Despite and his brother, Dr Ernest Ofori Sarpong, the CEO of Special Investment Limited, also donated $100,000 (GHC561,397.60) to the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH).
Despite and his brother made the donation in support of the fight against the novel coronavirus.
The cash amount was presented on behalf of Despite and his brother
Osei Kwame Despite, Nana Cheddar Bediako and Dr Ernest Ofori Sarpong own thriving businesses and expensive fleet of cars and other properties worth millions.
Check out some visuals of the expensive cars of all the rich men.
YEN.com.gh recently reported that a man of many names but better known as Nana Cheddar Bediako aka Freedom Jacob Ceasar recently talked about the vision behind some of his luxury high-rise estates.
He indicated that he was ready to offer one of his high-rise buildings to the government to be used as an isolation center and make-shift hospital should the need arise.
While speaking in that same interview, he revealed that he decided to honor his mum while she was alive by naming one of his plush buildings after her.
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