- Content creator Wode Maya has unveiled his new magnificent mansion reportedly worth $1 million
- The Ghanaian YouTuber has disclosed that the five-bedroom edifice will serve as a creative hub for other content creators
- The pioneering YouTuber invited bloggers, vloggers, and online influencers to the housewarming party
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Ghanaian content creator Wode Maya, real name Berthold Kobby Winkler Ackon, has unveiled his new magnificent mansion reportedly worth $1 million.
According to the acclaimed YouTuber, the five-bedroom house will also serve as a creative hub for other creators lacking the resources to produce quality content for their audience.
In a YouTube video showcasing the edifice, Wode Maya, who had a humble start in his field, recalled that he didn't have a good camera for interviews.
His struggle with also capturing moments and editing clips because of limited resources influenced his decision to acquire the house via a partnership with Star Properties for other creatives.
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The first Ghanaian to reach one million YouTube subscribers went on hiatus for several weeks and returned to outdoor the house for his comeback.
Wode Maya invited colleague YouTubers, bloggers, vloggers, and influencers in the online community to his housewarming party.
Watch the video below:
Ghanaian YouTuber Causes Stir Online
YEN.com.gh previously reported that Wode Maya got many talking as he took to social media to share pictures of him covered in snow.
The post sighted by YEN.com.gh on Twitter was shared with the caption:
''Snowing Somewhere In Africa! Guess which country?''
The post at the time of this publication has close to 7,000 likes, 795 retweets, and more than 500 comments.
Not long ago, Wode Maya took to Twitter to express gratitude for winning the Discovery of the Year award at the EMY Africa Awards.
Maya shared that he received a discovery award while several Ghanaians had no idea he was one of them.
He went on to thank the EMY Africa Award scheme.
"Thank You, Ghana for finally Discovering me. Someone you didn’t even know I was a Ghanaian. A big shout out to @EMYAfrica for this,'' he posted.
Tweeps who saw the young YouTuber's post took to the comments section to share some kind words.
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