Here’s What We Know About The Self Acclaimed Prince Of Africa “Freedom Jacob Caesar”

Freedom Caesar(image via instagram/iamfreedom)

Freedom who was born in Ghana and an alumnus of the University of Westminster in London is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of Kwarleyz Group, enveloping brands such as Wonda World Estates, Petronia City Development, New Africa Construction, Belfast City & Property Management and the New Africa Philanthropic Foundation.

He is well known for changing the architectural landscape of Ghana.

According to Wonda World, for the last 15 years, the Wonda World team has climbed its way to become a market leader in commercial and residential real estate development throughout Ghana and West Africa.

Guided by the passion and commitment of founder and CEO Nana Kwame Bediako, the firm continues to transform the region’s skyline. With a mission to create a New Africa by adding value and stability to local communities, Wonda World has become a pioneer of real estate development in Ghana and beyond.

As a full-service developer, Wonda World recruits experts from around the world to complete all stages of development, including architecture, engineering, and construction.

In a video by Nest Seekers on Youtube, Freedom Jacob Caesar takes us through his latest addition of luxury his man in Bel Air Los Angeles.

Freedom Jacob Caesar(Nana Kwame Bediako) is a Ghanaian developer, philanthropist and visionary who has changed the skyline of Ghana with his landmark developments(Wonda World), ushering in a grand template for Africa.

Freedoms projects address the challenges of what he sees as “the New Africa” one that desires the resources and conveniences of the developed world while maintaining a uniquely African identity.

The Prince of Africa who has been described as the man with an eye for the finest things in life has made it to the World’s Most Luxurious Homes List.

The House which is about $7 Million is in the heart of Bel-Air, a neighbourhood on the Westside of Los Angeles, California, USA. The house was inspired by his visit to the Versace House in Italy.

He has lived in Los Angeles for almost two years now and remains inspired by California’s embodiment.

He plans to sell the house for $10 Million to buy another in making profits to build an empire.

Freedom has the vision to change the face of industrialization in West Africa, with his sights set on tackling the Ghanaian national, regional, and intercontinental development challenges hindering lasting change.

Source: Kuulpeeps

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