[VIDEO] ‘I made my first £1m at age 21’ – Freedom Jacob Ceaser reveals how he made it big

Freedom Jacob Caesar has opened up on how he became a billionaire from exploiting business opportunities at a young age

The famous Ghanaian businessman, Nana Kwame Bediako, who is also known as Cheddar, has revealed that he made his first million pounds at the age of 21 when he travelled to England for educational purposes.

In an interview with Samuel Leeds, a UK-based Real-Estate coach and YouTuber, Freedom Jacob Ceaser, detailed how he started a small business at the back of his car boot whilst he was in college.

He continued that “my capital when I was going to London was 6000 dollars. My mum, my brothers and everybody gave me 130 pounds which they thought it was big money for me but I was laughing in my head…It was in 1994, I remember very well and I bought a Panasonic chip phone and so I was like the new kid on the block. Then I met Johnny Prescott, he was selling the jeans and the shirts”.

“I just wanted to buy one pair of jeans and one pair of shit but when I saw the prices, 30 and 20 pounds, I offered him 20 pounds and 15 for the shirt and I put it at the back of my boot and I was selling it for 50 and 40. So I started making money from the boot but I fell into the streets because I already understood what business was. At that point, business was me from where I was coming from,” Cheddar disclosed.

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The real estate mogul also recounted that he started buying scraps from salvages to resell and it fetched him some good income that contributing to his million pounds at the age of 21.

Hear more from Freedom Jacob Ceaser in the video below.

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