Business Tycoons in Ghana
To be able to cruise around the world in the million dollar machine you need not to only be a millionaire to own one but a multi-millionaire.A private jet which costs between $5 million to $500 million. There are billionaires in Ghana who can buy and own a private jet with no problem at all.
Here are 8 business tycoons in Ghana who can own a private jet.
Dr. (Mrs.) Theresa Oppong-Beeko, is the president of the Manet Group which comprises Manet Housing (A real estate’s development firm), Manet Paradise (A three star hotel resort), Manet Construction (A civil engineering company) and Manet Towers Limited (A sole purpose company for the provision and management of office accommodation).She holds a Bachelor of Arts Honours Degree in Sociology and Political Science and a Masters in Business Administration (Marketing) from the University of Ghana, Legon. Dr. (Mrs.) Theresa Oppong-Berko brings her rich expertise to bear on the company making AI Energy Group an excellent service provider.
Dr. Paa Kwesi Nduom
Nduom started work as a life insurance underwriter with the North Western Mutual Life Insurance Company between 1975 and 1978. Over the next year, he worked with the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Wisconsin. In 1979, he joined the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District as a Budget and Management Analyst.In 1981, he joined Deloitte and Touche as an associate consultant, rising to become a partner in the Milwaukee office of the firm by 1986. In 1992, he helped establish Deloitte & Touche, West Africa Consulting. He also served as a board member for Fan Milk Ghana Limited, Edinaman Secondary School and the Ghana Heritage and Conservation Trust.He shares ownership of GN Savings and Loans with other shareholders. He is also the owner of Groupe Ndoum and Coconut Grove Resort in Ghana. According to Goodmanamc he is worth $410 million. Yes! you heard me right. This shows that buying a private jet wouldn’t make him broke.
Joseph Siaw Agyapong
Founder and CEO of Jospong Group of Companies which is one of the largest Group of businesses in Ghana.Yeah at the mention of Zoomlion and Yutong Bus, this man’s name comes to mind, he is worth $800 million and still counting that means he can afford a Gulfstream G650 which is the fastest in the world and also costs $65 million.
Patricia Poku-Diaby is a Ghanaian businesswoman, cocoa merchant and the CEO of Plot Enterprise Ghana Limited. When we talk about business men and women who could own a private jet, Patricia Poku-Diaby can’t be left out.In 2015 she was named the eight richest person in Ghana and the richest woman in Ghana, with a net worth of $720 million.
Dr. Kennedy Agyapong
Kennedy Ohene Agyapong is a Ghanaian politician and businessman who represents Assin Central in parliament for the New Patriotic Party. He was first elected a member of parliament in 2000 to the seat of Assin North. He retained his seat in the 2004 and 2008 parliamentary elections. In 2012 he was elected in the new seat of Assin Central and was re-elected in 2016. He also retained his seat in the 2020 general electionThe outspoken business man said some years back in an interview with Delay that on his 50th birthday he will gift himself a private jet. Even though his net worth is unknown we think he should be added. He owns 180 mansions in Ghana.
Sam Esson Jonah
Samuel Jonah is one of the most prominent and wealthiest Ghanaian businessmen, the executive chairman of Jonah Capital, an equity fund based in Johannesburg, South Africa. Jonah was previously president of AngloGold Ashanti and shared the strategic leadership of the company with its CEO, Bobby Godsell.The oil rich businessman is our number one on the list.He is worth $1.2 billion according to Goodmanamc and which makes buying the flying machine chicken feed.
Mr. Kwabena Adjare Danquah
Kwabena Adjare Danquah, is a Ghanaian businessman who founded Metalex in 1984 to produce competitively priced high-quality roofing materials. Situated in a suburb of Accra, the company started as a retailer of aluminium roofing sheets but later became a manufacturer of aluminium, clay and plastic roofing materials.The CEO of Metalex Ghana Limited has the largest manufacturer of roofing materials in Ghana. The acquisition of a private jet would be a chicken money to him compared to his $500m net worth.
Ibrahim Mahama (born in 1987) is a Ghanaian author and an artist of monumental installations. He lives and works in Tamale, Ghana.He is the brother of the former president of Ghana and also the CEO of Engineers and Planners. He actually owns a private jet which according to him got it as a collateral for a deal he made with some Americans.
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