Ghanaian women are succeeding in a wide range of areas. They have distinguished themselves in a number of fields, including politics, philanthropy, science, and economics, demonstrating that women can be influential and leaders in work fields in which only men were previously considered to be the ones to do it.
Some of these women have achieved greatness and wealth as a result of their hard work and determination. Today, we'll look at the top five richest women in Ghana so that the next generation can be inspired by them.
When it comes to beauty and wealth, this Ghanaian woman has it all. With a net worth of $ 720 million which makes her the richest woman in Ghana. She is the founder of Plot Enterprise Group, a cocoa processing company in the Ivory Coast.
2. Theresa Oppong-Beeko.
To be honest the real estate industry is a difficult one, and anyone who succeeds in it deserves praise. Dr Theresa Oppong-Beeko, on the other hand, has not only succeeded, but she has also made her company one of the largest real estate development and hospitality in Ghana. She is worth $420 million.
3. Kate Quartey Papafio
When you think of electricity, you might think of only men working in this industry, but meet Kate Quartey Papafio, the founder and CEO of Reroy Cables Limited, a company that manufactures electrical cables in Ghana. She has a net worth of $250 million as well.
4. Grace Amey-Obeng
Grace Amey-Obeng is one of Ghana's wealthiest women, with a fortune of $100 million. She is the founder of the well-known company called Forever Clear, which manufactures beauty products in Ghana.
5. Gifty Lamptey
Gifty Lamptey has a net worth of $135 million, putting her on the list of Ghana's richest women. She is the CEO of SIDALCO Fertilizers Limited, a fertilizer company in Ghana.
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