2022: Sam Jonah, Ibrahim Mahama, Dr. Duffuor, others 10 richest men in Ghana
1.Charles Ampofo is number one on the list
Charles Ampofo is at the top of the leaderboard. He is presently the wealthiest Ghanaian and has built a solid reputation for himself via business. He is the CEO and General Manager of the Kampac Group, which is headquartered in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Charles Ampofo’s net worth is presently estimated to be $1.46 billion.
Charles Ampofo has a net worth of $1.46 billion dollars.
2. Tarricone, Ernesto
Charles Ernesto, the CEO and managing director of Trasacco Group comes in second with a net worth of $1.3 billion. Through his Trasacco Group, Ernesto Tarricone specializes in civil engineering and industrial investment, and his Trasacco Group has employed over 4000 Ghanaians (along with foreigners).
Ernesto Tarricone has an estimated net worth of $1.3 billion.
3. Sir Sam Jonah is number three.
A prominent figure who has made significant contributions to the mining sector. He has roughly 14 mineral resource properties across a variety of African nations thanks to the impact of his Jonah Capital. His current net worth is estimated to be over $1.2 billion.
Sir Sam Jonah has a net worth of $1.2 billion dollars.
4. Nabil Edmond Moukarzel
Nabil Moukarzel’s net worth of $900 million is thought to have resulted from his involvement in the FinaTrade Group, a large commodities trading firm. In the well-known FinaTrade group, he is said to be the investor with the highest stake part.
Nabil Moukarzel has a net worth of $900 million dollars.
5. Mahama, Michael Ibrahim
Ibrahim Mahama, Ghana’s fifth-richest man, is said to have had a strong interest in the business sector while growing up alongside his father. He runs Engineers and Planners, Africa’s biggest indigenously owned mining business, as part of his engagement in the mining sector. His current net worth is estimated to be approximately $860 million.
Ibrahim Mahama has an estimated net worth of $860 million dollars.
6. Mohammed Ahmed Odaymat
Mohammed Ahmed Odaymat is thought to have amassed a net worth of $800 million as a result of his many business ventures, which began with the foundation of Rana Motors and Metal Works Engineering. Mohammed Odaymat also has a commercial relationship with BBC Industrial (Ghana) Limited, where he now serves as the Chairman of the Board.
Mohammed Ahmed Odaymat has an estimated net worth of $800 million.
7. The Irani Family is number seven.
Edmund Irani and Anthony Irani are brothers of Lebanese heritage who make up the Irani Family. Irani Brothers & Others Limited, which specializes in the manufacturing of wheat flour, is thought to have amassed the family’s net worth of $800 million.
The Irani Family has an estimated net worth of $800 million.
8. Patricia Poku-Diaby
Patricia Poku-personal Diaby’s worth of $720 million is thought to have come from her ownership of Plot Enterprise Ghana, a company that deals with cocoa processing. Patricia Poku-Diaby was actively involved in her family’s business endeavor, which specialized in transportation and commerce, prior to establishing Plot Enterprise Ghana.
Patricia Poku-Diaby has an estimated net worth of $720 million dollars.
9. Family Kalmoni
The second family on our list is the Kalmoni Family, who are the ninth wealthiest Ghanaians. The Kalmoni Family’s wealth is closely linked to Japan Motors, a large automobile company with seven subsidiary companies, with a net worth of $700 million. The current Kalmoni Family is thought to have evolved from Kalmoni & Sons, which was founded in 1912 by the current Kalmoni Family’s grandfather.
Kalmoni Family Net Worth – $700 Million
10. Kwabena Duffuor
Kwabena Duffuor is Ghana’s ninth richest man. Apart from his large UniBank stake, Kwabena Duffuor is the CEO of House of Duffour Asset Holdings. He has reaped several rewards as a result of his business operations, and he is widely regarded as the founding father of IFS (The Institute for Fiscal Studies). Apart from his own indispensable presence, his sons are well-known in Ghana for their important responsibilities in the economic sector. Kwabena Duffuor is currently worth $680 million.
Kwabena Duffuor has a net worth of $680 million dollars.
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