Nana Kwame Bediako, the creator of New Force, has challenged Ghanaians to focus on what he can do to improve their lives, rather than investigating the source of his fortune.
The well-known figure known as Cheddar claims that criticizing the source of his fortune is unfair and ignores the work he put in to get wealthy.
Instead of unnecessarily criticizing people who have ascended to great positions in life, he wants Ghanaians to rejoice and model themselves after them.
“I can’t question someone who earns money and chooses to spend it. He said on Accra’s Asempa FM, “He can decide to use it for what he wants even if he wants to use his money to buy beer and khebab,” and he detailed how he earned his money by selling leftovers.
“It started with scraps and eventually accumulated piles of scraps, which I then gave to the steel yards.” Steel is purchased by steel yards, and as of right now, a business called B5 also purchases scraps, which it uses to make iron rods and then sells.
“I started a business in Ghana with the money I made, and I’m investing in the business.” What do Ghanaians enjoy, he questioned, if they don’t like this?
But Cheddar has made it clear that he is not bothered by the inquiries about where his riches comes from.
Confident that his achievements are the result of his own initiative and diligence, Cheddar stated he owed no one an explanation for how he came to be wealthy.
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