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Top 20 Richest Ghanaian Men and Their Net Worth in 2022 —>
The following is a list of the Forbes wealthiest men in Ghana, along with their net worth in US dollars.

 

1. Charles Ampofo

Charles Ampofo is the current leader. He is presently recognized as the wealthiest Ghanaian and has established a good commercial reputation for himself. He is the CEO and Managing Director of Kampac Group, which has its headquarters in Dubai, UAE. Charles Ampofo’s net worth is presently estimated to be $1.46 billion.

 

Charles Ampofo has a net worth of $1.46 billion dollars.

 

Tarricone, Ernesto

Charles Ernesto, the CEO and manager of Trasacco Group, comes in second with a colossal net worth of $1.3 billion. Ernesto Tarricone specializes in civil engineering and industrial investment and has employed over 4000 Ghanaians (along with foreigners) via his Trasacco Group.

 

Real estate and infrastructure are two sources of wealth.

 

Ernesto Tarricone has an estimated net worth of $1.3 billion.

 

Sir Sam Jonah III

An prominent figure who has made significant contributions to the mining sector. He has around 14 natural resource properties spread across many African nations thanks to the impact of his Jonah Capital. His current net worth is estimated to be over $1.2 billion.

 

Mining is a source of wealth.

 

Sir Sam Jonah has an estimated net worth of $1.2 billion.

 

Nabil Edmond Moukarzel, No. 4

Nabil Moukarzel’s net worth is estimated to be $900 million as a result of his involvement with the FinaTrade Group, a large firm specialized in commodities. He is considered to be the biggest shareholder in the well-known FinaTrade group.

 

Commodities are the source of wealth.

 

Nabil Moukarzel has an estimated net worth of $900 million.

 

Michael Ibrahim Mahama, No. 5

Ibrahim Mahama is Ghana’s fifth wealthiest man, and he is said to have had a strong interest in the business sector while growing up alongside his father. As part of his mining engagement, he runs Engineers and Planners, Africa’s biggest indigenously owned mining enterprise. His net worth is now estimated to be about $860 million.

 

Mining is a source of wealth.

 

Ibrahim Mahama has an estimated net worth of $860 million.

 

Mohammed Ahmed Odaymat is number six.

Mohammed Ahmed Odaymat is said to have amassed a net worth of $800 million as a result of his diverse business interests, 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 Board Chairman.

 

Diversified sources of wealth

 

Mohammed Ahmed Odaymat has an estimated net worth of $800 million.

 

The Irani Family

Edmund Irani and Anthony Irani are brothers of Lebanese heritage who make up the Irani Family. The Family is said to have amassed its $800 million net worth via their Irani Brothers & Others Limited, which specializes in the manufacturing of wheat flour.

 

Inheritance and flour are two sources of wealth.

 

Irani Family Net Worth is $800 Million.

 

Patricia Poku-Diaby, No. 8

Patricia Poku-net Diaby’s worth of $720 million is said to be derived from her ownership of Plot Enterprise Ghana, a firm involved in cocoa processing. Patricia Poku-Diaby was an active participant in her family’s business endeavor, which specialized in transportation and commerce, prior to establishing Plot Enterprise Ghana.

 

Cocoa is a source of wealth.

 

Patricia Poku-Diaby has an estimated net worth of $720 million.

 

9. The Kalmonis

The Kalmoni Family is the second wealthiest Ghanaian family on our list, ranking ninth overall. The Kalmoni Family’s fortune is heavily related with Japan Motors, a significant car corporation comprised of seven subsidiary firms, and has a net worth of $700 million. The current Kalmoni Family is said to have originated from Kalmoni & Sons, which was founded in 1912 by the grandfather of the current Kalmoni Family.

 

Inheritance and diversification are two sources of wealth.

 

The Kalmoni family has a net worth of $700 million.

 

Kwabena Duffuor is tenth.

Kwabena Duffuor is Ghana’s ninth wealthiest man. Apart from his significant investment in UniBank, Kwabena Duffuor is the CEO of House of Duffour Asset Holdings. He has reaped several advantages as a result of his business operations, and he is generally regarded as the founding father of IFS (The Institute for Fiscal Studies). Apart from his own indispensable presence, his sons are well-known for their vital positions in Ghana’s commercial business. Kwabena Duffuor is now worth $680 million.

 

Banking and real estate are two sources of wealth.

 

Kwabena Duffuor has an estimated net worth of $680 million.

 

11. The Awuah-Darko Clan

The Awuah-Darko Family is derived from the late Nana Awuah-Darko Ampem (the progenitor of the extant Awuah-Darko Family), and includes Kingsley Kwame Awuah-Darko, Daniel Awuah-Darko Jnr, David Awuah-Darko, and Harold Awuah-Darko. The current Awuah-Darko Family is worth $650 million, which is evidently produced through their Vanguard Group of Companies.

 

Inheritance and finance are two sources of wealth.

 

The Awuah-Darko family has a net worth of $650 million.

 

Milad Millet and Family

Milad is another Ghanaian with Lebanese ancestors. He is the founder and CEO of Spintex Limited, a textile manufacturing firm. Milad is said to be worth $620 million after generating significant profits from his textile-making firm.

 

Textiles are a source of wealth.

 

Milad Millet’s and his family’s net worth is $620 million.

 

Joseph Siaw Agyepong (13th)

The Jospong Group, which has around 32 companies, is a prominent Ghanaian conglomerate founded by Joseph Siaw Agyepong. Mr. Joseph Siaw Agyepong is affiliated with a $600 million fortune, with the Jospong Group now operating in around 11 Ghanaian sectors.

 

Diversified sources of wealth

 

$600 Million is Joseph Siaw Agyepong’s net worth.

 

Ramchand Udharam Mohinani (14th)

Ramchand Udharam Mohinani, the manager of the Mohinani Group, retains his vast financial base with a net worth of $580 million. Meanwhile, the Mohinani Group is reported to have owned a number of significant Ghanaian firms such as Somovision, Polytank, and others.

 

Diversified sources of wealth

 

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Ramchand Udharam Mohinani has an estimated net worth of $580 million.

 

Adamu Idrissu, Alhaji

Alhaji Adamu Idrissu is the well-known owner and manager of Global Haulage, originally A.A. Iddrisu Transport. Global Haulage retains its position as a firm actively involved in cocoa evacuation. Alhaji Adamu Idrissu is now worth $550 million.

 

Transportation and banking are two sources of wealth.

 

Alhaji Adamu Idrissu’s net worth is estimated to be $550 million.

 

16. The Hitti Clan

Robert Hitti is said to have amassed a net worth of $540 million as a result of his diverse business interests, which include the HITTI Group. Meanwhile, the HITTI Group is made up of nine subsidiary firms spread throughout Africa.

 

Inheritance and diversification are two sources of wealth.

 

The Hitti Family has a net worth of $540 million.

 

The Azars’ Family

Elia Azar, another business titan of Lebanese heritage, founded the Azar Group, which is presently led by Rustom Azar and Ghazi Azar. The Azar family has a current net worth of $520 million thanks to the Azar Group, which manufactures paints and a variety of other items.

 

Wealth is derived through inheritance and the sale of paintings.

 

The Hitti Family has a net worth of $520 million.

 

Kwabena Agyare Danquah, 18

Kwabena Agyare Danquah, the founding father of Metalex, is a well-known business mogul with a net worth of $500 million. Metalex is a growing firm that is actively involved in the manufacturing of high-quality roofing materials.

 

Engineering is a source of wealth.

 

Kwabena Agyare Danquah’s net worth is estimated to be $500 million.

 

Ghassan Yared, 19

Ghassan Yared ranks ninth on our ranking of the wealthiest persons in Ghana in 2020. Forewin Ghana Limited, established as a Ghanaian company in 1993, is a successful business that has earned a reputation for itself via active distribution and marketing operations. Ghassan Yared, via his ownership of Forewin Ghana Limited, is now regarded as one of Ghana’s greatest business titans, with a net worth of $480 million.

 

Diversified sources of wealth

 

Ghassan Yared has an estimated net worth of $480 million.

 

Serge Bakalian is number twenty.

Serge Bakalian is a Ghanaian who is said to be of Armenian ancestry. He is the Executive Director of a prominent Ghanaian firm, Takoradi Flour Mills. Serge Bakalian, who inherited the firm from his father, has achieved success in business and is estimated to have a net worth of $460 million.

 

Inheritance and flour are two sources of wealth.

 

Serge Bakalian has an estimated net worth of $460 million.

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