Wonda World Estates and Petronia City CEO Nana Kwame Bediako on Saturday the 4th of July won the Business Entrepreneur of the Year award at the 5th edition of the Ghana UK-Based Awards (GUBA) in London, UK. The ceremony took place at London’s plush Hilton Metropole Hotel, Edgeware Road.
The GUBA awards recognize the contribution of individuals in the British-Ghanaian community to the society. The event which is endorsed by the British High Commission, Ghana, saw dignitaries such as the Former First Lady of Ghana – Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings, Mayor of Royal Borough of Greenwich – Norman Adams, Councillor John Fahy and Lord Hastings.
This year’s GUBA Awards’ was its most competitive yet. As in previous years, the program featured a distinguished judging panel comprised of members of British-Ghanaian community who reviewed and scored the award nominations.
Accepting the award, Nana Kwame Bediako thanked the sponsors of the event and reiterated his vision of helping build “The New Africa” saying: “We will work hard to change our country, to change Africa and to effect change.”
Wonda World Estates has over the past 12 years developed over 122 homes within plush areas in Accra, Ghana’s capital. Under the leadership of Nana Kwame Bediako, Wonda World Estates has changed the face of the real estate industry with the pioneering of modish apartments, townhouses and bespoke homes in high-end areas such as Airport, Cantonments, Ambassadorial Ridge and East Legon.
Petronia City Development Company Limited is a self-sustaining, master-planned, integrated city being created in the Western Region of Ghana with a focus on revolutionizing Africa’s development. This revolutionary project was birthed out of Nana Kwame Bediako’s desire to see more Infrastructural development in Africa aimed at bridging the Housing deficit.
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