Music producer and entrepreneur Hammer has responded to Nana Kwame Bediako’s rise to success and his presidential ambition.
Nana Kwame Bediako, known as Cheddar, encouraged Ghanaians not to scrutinize the source of his wealth but to focus on the positive impact he can bring to the country.
Speaking on Asempa FM’s Ekosiisen, Bediako emphasized the need to celebrate success rather than criticize those who achieve it, stating that individuals have the right to decide how they use their money.
Bediako shared his journey from working in a telecom company to selling scraps, gradually building his wealth. He urged Ghanaians to appreciate the businesses he has invested in within the country.
Meanwhile, Hammer took to social media, expressing suspicion of media sabotage aiming to discredit Bediako by questioning the source of his wealth.
Hammer believes that the media is attempting to create a negative impression before allowing Bediako to be heard, asserting that Ghanaians themselves aren’t raising such questions.
“Ghanaians aren’t asking anything. It’s the media that’s on an agenda to discredit him before he’s heard. Simplicity” Hammer wrote.