- Freedom Jacob Caesar organised an extravagant party to celebrate his senior brother's birthday
- The lavish party was attended by Michael Blackson and performing artistes, Kuami Eugene and Bisa Kdei
- The birthday celebrant, Kwaku Bediako, turned 50 years old
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Ghanaian businessman, Freedom Jacob Caesar, has organised a lavish party for his senior brother to mark his 50th birthday.
There was a display of high taste of class, grandeur, and royalty at the birthday dinner reported to have cost over half a million Ghana cedis, said Pulse Ghana.
The video seen on Freedom Jacob Ceaser's Instagram page was first captioned "Freedom Jacob Ceaser throws $100,000 honouring for his brother @50".
Essence of organising the birthday
The equivalent of the said amount in cedis is almost GHc600.000. The dinner hosted by Joy FM's Nathaniel Attoh saw Kuami Eugene and Bisa Kdei performing, with other stars like Michael Blackson and his fiancée present.
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Speaking about the essence for honouring his senior brother, Kwaku Bediako, who is also accomplished and wealthy, Freedom Jacob quizzed:
"What is the value of life when one can not be celebrated?"
Freedom Jacob Cease, also known as Nana Kwame Bediako, seized the moment to reveal that he met his brother for the first time when he was 11 years old.
"That journey of coming to Accra to see you was the beginning of my destiny, my success, I owe you," he said.
Friends and family of the birthday celebrant were also present and they took turns to wish him a happy 50th birthday.
Watch the video below:
Nana Ama McBrown turns 44
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that, Nana Ama McBrown is marking her 44th birthday today, August 15, 2021, and time's wings seem to have no bearing on her youthful hue, talent, and almost unimpaired persona.
The Ghanaian actress recently turned television show host needs no introduction as she has become a household name, gracing the screens in the homes of many Ghanaians.
Nana Ama McBrown's 44th birthday, like millions throughout the world, has been affected by the prevailing pandemic; she can revel with fewer people if she chooses to throw a grand party.