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Meet Five Ghanaian Women Exceling As Top Business Women And What they do

Girl child education over years has been taken seriously over the years and has taken a very different trajectory from what it used to be in the past. Women are given equal educational opportunities and are not limited to just the roles society deemed fit for women.

Women can balance being modern educated career people with the traditional roles that are required of them. What is also gradually changing is the fact that our men are being very supportive and avoid putting women in particular boxes. They are graciously moving out of the way of women and affording them the chance to excel and accomplish many group-breaking achievements. 

Ghana’s business sector has strong intellectual women giving the men good competition for their money. They are establishing businesses that provide jobs to the natives of the country and are helping in building the socio-economic status of the country. The amazing part of this is the fact that they do this along with raising and maintaining a family and they have supportive men to thank. 

Ghana has recorded several very well to do women over the years. Five of such Ghanaian females are mentioned below;

Grace Amey -Obeng

The cosmetic guru is the current fifth richest woman in Ghana. Grace made her wealth from the Cosmetic industry. She is the CEO of the well-known brand, Forever Clair Group with subsidiaries including FC skin and beauty clinic and Forever Clair Skin. 

She received her education in beauty from Croydon College in London. Her company currently has eight branches in Ghana and exports to the UK, Nigerian, Burkina Faso, and other African countries.

Gifty Lamptey

Gifty acquired her worth from her group of companies known as Sidalco Group of Companies. Her companies are into fertilizer production, real estate development, construction, and oil and gas.

She had her secondary school education in Keta Secondary school and continued in Ho Polytechnic. She has a bachelor’s degree in Christian psychology and a master’s and an honorary degree from Dayspring University in the USA.

Kate Quartey Papafio

She is the CEO of Reroy Group of Companies. They are into electrical cable production and energy. Reroy electrical cables was one of the first cable manufacturing companies in ghana.

Kate is a very private person and information about herself, family and education are unavailable to the public.

Theresa Oppong-Beeko

She is the CEO of Manet Group. Her company is into full-time real estate development, both commercial and residential. Her company is the second largest in the real estate industry in Ghana.

She is a product of the University of Ghana, Legon where she acquired a bachelor of art degree in political science and later, a master’s in business administration. 

Patricia Poku-Diaby

Patricia Poku is the CEO and Founder of Plot Enterprise Group which is into the processing of cocoa. She worked in her family business before venturing out into her own company. She has a processing plant in both Ghana and the Ivory coast exporting cocoa liquor, butter, and cake outside annually.

Information about Patricia’s personal life, family, and education are not publicly available.

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