Businessman and politician Nana Kwame Bediako, also known as Freedom Jacob Caesar, has pledged to the Paramount Chief of Goaso Traditional Area in the Ahafo region, Nana Akwasi Bosompra I, that if he becomes president of Ghana, he will ensure the establishment of more factories in the area.

Mr. Bediako made this commitment during a courtesy visit to Nana Akwasi Bosompra I as part of his tour of the Ahafo Region of Ghana.

In response, Nana Akwasi Bosompra I expressed confidence in Nana Kwame Bediako’s ability to deliver on his promises, despite acknowledging the challenges he may face in the upcoming general elections.

During the interaction, Nana Kwame Bediako remarked, “There were several factories established in Ghana and in Goaso after our independence, but these factories aren’t working anymore. I am pleading with you to vote for me to correct things in our society to benefit our children and unborn ones.”


In response, the Paramount Chief said, “Ghana belongs to all of us. Continue with your zeal and determination. It will be a tough fight, but I know you can deliver.”

Nana Kwame Bediako, popularly known as Freedom Jacob Caesar, previously described himself as a visionary leader.

Mr. Bediako, also the leader of the New Force Movement, expressed his intention to leverage his experience to contribute to the development of the country. Describing himself as an industrialist, he emphasized his readiness to bolster the nation’s economy if elected president in the upcoming elections.

“I am a developer, an industrialist, a visionary, a humanitarian philanthropist, and an entrepreneur. Go and find someone who possesses all these credentials and credibility. I have all these, and I want to share because the value of knowledge is in its sharing,” he conveyed to journalists in Kumasi.

He further indicated, “I am that man with a good purpose, with a great vision. I have a plan, and I have a vision for this nation. And not only for this nation, but I also have it for Africa too.

“But I recognize that Africa is poised to become the next major global player because, out of all the continents that have experienced development, there remains only one continent that is yet to fully realize its potential. I believe I am called to contribute to the development of Africa.”


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