Chairman Wontumi is an interesting and enigmatic figure as far as Ghana’s politics is concerned.
His boldness and no-nonsense attitude place him on the shoulders of the great politicians who have made a name for themselves in times past.
Bernard Antwi Bosiako aka Chairman Wontumi was born on 1st May 1976 in the Ashanti region.
Apparently, not much is known about his parents but he has once confessed that he came from a very poor background with a modest upbringing.
Although there have been several reports that Chairman Wontumi is uneducated but he has always insisted that he attended Prempeh College in Kumasi in 1996, just to refute the allegations that he’s illiterate.
Speaking about the source of his wealth during an interview with Delay, the New Patriotic Party (NPP) chairman for the Ashanti Region, revealed that he started building his wealth at a young age, bragging that he owns “about 100” houses in Kumasi alone.
He also added in the course of the internet that he built his first 25-bedroom house while he was just 22 years.
Chairman Wontumi Wife and children
As revealed by Lawyer Maurice Ampaw on Wontumi TV, Chairman Wontumi is married to two women. His first wife is known as Michylina Antwi Bosiako – Not much is known about his second wife and children because he has kept them away from the public eye.
Chairman Wontumi cars and houses
According to Chairman Wontumi, he has over 150 houses across the globe. His cars collection includes;
- 2016 Range Rover Vogue
- Mercedes-Benz E Class Coupe
- 2016 Lamborghini Aventador
- 2020 Porsche Carrera
- 2021 Range Rover Sport
- 2020 Mercedes-Benz G63
- 2016 Rolls-Royce Phantom
- Toyota Land Cruiser
- 1965 Mercedes Benz W110
- 2011 Dodge Nitro
Chairman Wontumi Networth
Chairman Wontumi is worth around $100 million. He’s currently among the rich politicians in the country at the moment placing him in the same league as Kennedy Agyapong and the likes.
Chairman Wontumi businesses
Chairman Wontumi owns a Gold mine company in Obuasi and other parts of the country. He’s also into the media business. He’s the CEO of Wontumi media and group of communications.