- Nana Cheddar Bediako aka Freedom Jacob Ceasar has called on China to apologise over COVID-19 racial discrimination against some Africans
- This comes after videos emerged of some African nationals being mistreated amid the coronavirus outbreak in China
- The Ghanaian billionaire also urged Africans to stand and speak for themselves
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Ghanaian millionaire, Nana Cheddar Bediako aka Freedom Jacob Ceasar, has called on China to apologise to Africans over COVID-19 racial discrimination reported in the Asian country
Following the outbreak of the deadly coronavirus, videos emerged of some African nationals including Ghanaians being subjected to racial abuse due to some stringent measures outlined by the Chinese government to curb the disease.
In a video recorded at the Independence Square in Accra, the CEO of Wonder World Estates reiterated that it’s about time we stand for ourselves as Africans.
He noted that he was disturbed by the way blacks were being treated in China.
''I stand here today on behalf of our Nation Ghana, on behalf of the black people and Africans. It’s about that time we stand and speak for ourselves''.
Nana Cheddar Bediako said that: ''as a concerned global citizen, I am disturbed by the way Blacks are being treated in China. Although I am yet to speak the truth, you already know it. COVID-19 simply cannot be used as an excuse to dehumanize or deny the civil rights of Black People in China or any other Nation''
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YEN.com.gh recently reported that 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 showed 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 'soaring' on its wings like a bird which evokes the image of a seagull's wings.
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