"Focus on the message not the messenger " - Cheddar about his aspirations to become president

Ghanaian billionaire Nana Kwame Bediako declared his intention to run for president almost a week ago.

The real estate developer upset some Ghanaians with his announcement, identifying himself as the much-discussed "Man in the Mask."

Since then, people have started to evaluate his success and anticipate hearing his ideas on his vision for Ghana's future.

Some, meanwhile, have questioned his public persona and contrasted it with his recently discovered political aspirations.

The 43-year-old has been seen cutting bread with a number of high-profile local and international personalities, including Floyd Mayweather, on multiple occasions.This question occurred during an interview on Joy FM's Super Morning Show on Friday, January 12, 2024.

The man known as Cheddar thinks that people could have had the wrong idea about him.He claims that instead of living the life of a simple superstar, "it's me cherishing my relationships with people and letting them respect my vision."

In light of this, he asked Ghanaians to shift their focus back to the main points of his speech rather than its auxiliary elements.

"They are only paying attention to the flashy stuff, the star, and other details. I came with a mask because I want you to focus on the message rather than just the messenger.

 Since I was inquiring about the nation, which one are you picking? Are you selecting the face you wish to locate? Or are you going to search for the message that this individual is delivering?" he said.

On January 7, the enigmatic 'Man in the Mask,' who for many months stirred the minds of many in the Ghanaian political realm with his stealth campaign, ‘The next Force’, presented himself as the next 'messiah' to restore Ghana and Africa.

Nana Kwame Bediako declared he was not to be feared when he took the platform at a hastily called press conference that followed the Government of Ghana's last-minute cancellation of a protest called "The Convention 2024."

The Convention, which took place in Accra, brought together prominent African intellectuals such as Peter Obi, Dr. Arikana Chihombori-Quao from Zimbabwe, and Professor PLO Lumumba to talk about the main issues affecting the development of the continent.


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