Gone are the days where old men and women in boardrooms were regarded as the wealthiest in Ghana. That ideology and beliefs are long dead.
A new generation of young millionaires have been created and they are sources of inspiration for the upcoming generation.
Ghpage.com takes our readers through 8 richest Ghanaians who are under 40 years old. We will look at their profession, their properties and their wealth.
Nana Kwame Bediako – Real Estate
Nana Kwame Bediako is the CEO of Wonda World and Petronia, a Real Estate Firm In Ghana that renders services all over Africa. Nana Kwame Started life as Night Club owner in Accra. He made his first 1 million Pounds in his 20s from selling scrap metal and telecommunication materials.
He is the brain behind the $4.5 billion estates in Takoradi, 43-apartment Kwarleyz in the Airport Residential area – named after his mother, 16-floor building designed by the celebrated architect Branco Cavaleiro, in Oxford Street.
He has a huge appetite for flashy, fast and expensive cars. He possesses Ferrari, Lamborghini, and other expensive cars. He schooled at Waltham Forest College and briefly, Westminster University. He is one of the young richest Ghanaians.
Asamoah Gyan – Footballer
The Ghana Black Star Captain, Asamoah Gyan is undoubtedly one of the young richest Ghanaians. Having played for world-class football clubs, Asamoah Gyan now plays as a striker for Kayserispor.
Besides owning woning business such as bus transport, Distilled water company, Boxing promotion, Music label, Import, and export business, he has recently been given license by the Government to operate airline business in Ghana.