Nana Kwame Bediako, often known as Cheddar, is a real estate tycoon from Ghana who is running for president. He has been under fire and criticism recently due to differing reports about how he made his fortune.

Cheddar stated in a recent interview with Bernard Avle that he sold leftovers in the UK at the age of 21 and made his first million pounds.


Nonetheless, several Ghanaians who have long questioned the veracity of his riches origin have greeted this claim with mistrust and criticism.

The controversy has deepened as a video which has resurfaced on social media shows Cheddar telling a different story in the course of an interview with Serwaa Amihere.

He gave a different account in this interview, saying that his first business was a chicken farm that started out with simply a hen and a cock.

Cheddar elaborated on how his ability to sell an abundance of eggs contributed to the success of the poultry farm.


In this interview, he explained that his mother used the money made from the chicken company to cover his brother's and his own tuition.

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The varying narratives regarding the source of Cheddar’s wealth have ignited a robust debate on social media, with some questioning the consistency and transparency of the information provided by the real estate magnate.


The discrepancies between his accounts have led to calls for clarification and transparency about his financial journey.


Critics have argued that such inconsistencies in Cheddar’s success story raise questions about the authenticity of his wealth and may impact the public’s perception of his credibility, especially as he has ventured into the political arena with aspirations for the 2024 general elections.