Nana Kwame Bediako, a popular Ghanaian real estate guru and socialite also known as Freedom Jacob Caesar (formerly Cheddar), has reportedly gifted the conjoined twins who were separated about three months ago, a five-bedroom house.
In June 2021, news broke out from the Ridge Hospital about Siamese twins who were conjoined at the head and will need an amount of GH¢3,000.000.00 for surgery to enable them to live independently.
This led to a donation campaign across various social media platforms to solicit funds to pay for the operation.
Ace Broadcaster, Nana Aba Anamoah who is known for spearheading such campaigns took a keen interest to do same for the twins. Her influence in creating the needed awareness to raise funds has led to over 600,000GHS in MoMo contributions.
The President of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo, who was moved with compassion made a pledge on behalf of the government to take up the full cost of the surgery. It is been weeks now and nothing has been heard or seen yet from the office of the president.
However, Nana Aba has disclosed in an Instagram post today that the CEO of Wonda World Estates, Nana Kwame Bediako has not only donated cash but a five-bedroom house situated in North Ridge for the conjoined twins and their family, as well.
In the video captured in the post, a tour of the said house is shown and a narrator is heard talking about how all five bedrooms are fully air-conditioned.
“As I continue to thank you for donating over 600,000 cedis via MoMo within 3 days of reaching out to you, I’d like to also thank @iamfreedom for getting the conjoined twins a 5-bedroom house at North Ridge. It was one phone call & then BOOM…a house. Bless you @iamfreedom. Thanks,” she shared on her Instagram.
See the post below:
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By Olele Salvador | Ghanaweekend