In this infomercial, the CEO of Wonda World Estates, Nana Kwame Bediako speaks on the various Development projects by the company.
I met him in Africa but didn’t have idea that he is this big. Very positive and smart man who deserve the best! Good luck Nana!
have watched this over and over again anytime i feel my dream is too scary… you are a star to this generation Sir. am humbled
Wonda World Estates, Nana Kwame is setting standards in the greatest continent in the world for others to follow!!
Can't wait to view your properties, next year.
In S.Florida you must have an elevator with 3 floors, just a thought for older people who does not want to climb 3 floors & added luxury & convenience 😉. Rooftop decks are a nice touch as well. Love your designs & ideas, please keep creating distinct looks you can only find there!!!
Notice these mofos didn’t mention reaching out to african American investors. So much for pan africanism. Wake up ADOS, fight for the future of your kids. Ditch the pan african dream. It’s one sided and not reciprocated FACTS
I'm 19years with big dreams,and also wants to become my own boss, I love buildings.I've always thought it's impossible to achieve my dreams in Ghana but Nana Kwame Bediako has proved to me that it's possible.I have a question I wish to ask him…Must one take a course in Economics,Acconting or any business related courses for him to make it life?
Well done! 9:51 If you're working with outside contractors, have you considered working with African American construction companies?
Good work keeps on my brother thanks for the information nice to know meet you again love God bless you and protect you till I came to visit home lands see you
I wish you give the idea of charter cities a thought. i am for it. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mSHBma0Ithk
These is a genuine business man who shows what he does not those pastors who spend money but no one knows what they do.keep inspiring African youths.
Your designs are great
how much is it to build a home like this in Ghana?
Nana let's work together here in Canada please message me [email protected]outlook.com
Why have a European standard? Why not raise the African standard?
It would be great for him to give his properties African names. This would make them even more distinct.
Last 2 weeks i am watching this incridible Young man very motiver and inspireHe gave me a very usefull idea which is réal state developmemnt although hé is rich but i am sure hé started this project 1 Day And anyone else can do so To improve africq
Much respect bro.
Can I please get your email I want to learn how to be real estate developer
The power of YouTube I watch this man grow in a matter of hours. His perspective has truly evolved.
I start buying houses and save money to become real estate developer until my ex wife destroyed and take all my kids away from me and I fell apart. God bless you brother
Utterly amazing and inspirational…I look forward to seeing the establishment of the use of sustainable energy creation and use in some of this portfolio of developments. Very well done.
So far be it for me to say, but perhaps consider how you could be at the leading edge of energy sustainability in West Africa. This strategy only makes sense as older industrialised countries are moving away from reliance on fossil fuels and they are doing this by looking at novel technologies to replace this requirement and this is likely to happen in our life times: e.g. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-48122911
Consider harnessing the freely available sunlight that Ghana is blessed with to generate sustainable energy requirements of your city. Perhaps the name of the city is actually Solar City? A development of this nature may attract greater inward investment?
"Build it and they will come". Much success to this man.
Where are the dislikes come from
Nana maybe you should also try and train some Ghanaian abroad to work for you, instead of bringing in outsiders.
There are those who don’t believe in Africa. They say Africans can not do it, it isn’t in their DNA 🧬 should look at it! The west whose interest is to steal from us wants the black men and women to believe that foolishness! Give any wiser man a chance and he will prove you wrong! Just look at this young man!
Fascinating insight into this region's side of the industry. Thanks for sharing.
Where are the roads to these beautiful developments? Are u using African architecture's at all for ur good projects? Because to my understanding u are having a crocodiles as pet n sooner or later the crocodiles will grow up to have u for dinner, the European's n Spanish contractor's their ancestors were involved in enslaving Africans they will turned around to invade the country i don't trust them bro because of their past records. It seems u are only creating good jobs to slave masters children while the slave's are the people who built the western world n Arab countries , well i guess the slave's are on retirement .
wow you're my mentor
Nice one for sure this is my dream house
Nice keep it up bro.I'll be doing that same thing very soon.
I am working hard abroad because of you. I will definately own one of your apartment in Accra👍👏💪🙏👏 I like your courage and confidence
This is my mentor
Nana Ooo! Nana Ooo! Nana Ooo! Good bless you for your motivation. It is really inspiring.
More big projects more hardships for 99 percent of the poor citizens. I leave on Canada 🇨🇦 same happened when rich Chinese started buying homes for any amount of money Canadian homes prices keep skyrocketing, is good to develop but as a matter of fact is not going to help the citizens of that country , your doing this for international not a citizen of that country or that area. Good job for your business and business mind. Wish you all the best.
I want my business to be in petronia
I want to live in ghana
Wow accra looks beautiful
Ghana doesn't have engineers, architects etc….. He hires mainly foreigners to do designs.
I want to hear less about some countries you are calling please …
Does Wonda World partner with African American, US-based companies?
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