Top 14 Richest Women in Ghana


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As of 2023, Patricia Poku-Diaby is the richest woman in Ghana followed by Theresa Oppong-Beeko and Kate Quartey-Papafio.

Male entrepreneurs and business magnates often dominate the topic concerning the richest individuals. However, the story of richest women in Ghana is a refreshing deviation from the norm, highlighting women’s strides in various sectors. 

From real estate to the oil and gas sector, fashion to the tech industry, these phenomenal women have carved incredible paths for themselves, contributing to the Ghanaian economy and setting a precedent for aspiring female entrepreneurs. 

In the following sections, we will explore the lives, careers, and net worth of the 14 richest women in Ghana, shedding light on how they built their wealth. 

Top 14 Richest Women in Ghana

1. Patricia Poku-Diaby – $720 million


Patricia Poku-Diaby currently tops the list of richest women in Ghana. She established Plot Enterprise Ghana Limited, a company that has now spread its operation across Asia and West Africa. 

Plot Enterprise Ghana processes over 32,000 metric tonnes of cocoa into cake, butter, and liquor. In addition, it exports cocoa products to Europe, Australia, the Middle East, Asia, and the US. 

The cocoa-processing company boasts over 200 employees and is currently worth $90 million. This sums up how Patricia Poku-Diaby accumulated her wealth.

Patricia Poku-Diaby’s Net Worth is $720 million.

2. Theresa Oppong-Beeko – $420 million


Theresa Oppong-Beeko is one of the richest women in Ghana with a net worth of $420 million. 

Theresa Oppong-Beeko is the CEO and founder of Manet Incorporated, a company with subsidiaries including Manet Construction Limited (a civil engineering company), Manet Towers Limited, Manet Housing (a real estate development firm) and Manet Beach Paradise (a three-star hotel resort).

Theresa Oppong-Beeko’s net worth is $420 Million. 

3. Kate Quartey-Papafio – $250 million


Kate Quartey-Papafio is a shrewd Ghanaian industrialist who founded Reroy Group Ltd in 1992. The company is aimed at the distribution of quality electrical cables across Ghana. Currently, Reroy Cables provides complete power solutions ranging from electricity power distribution to transmission. 

Kate Quartey-Papafio’s Net Worth is $250 Million. 

4. Gifty Lamptey – $135 million


Gifty Lamptey is the wife of the late David Lamptey, who was the CEO of SIDALCO Fertilizers Ltd. Gifty Lamptey inherited most of her wealth from the company initially managed by her late husband. She has yet to build a reputation as an entrepreneur or social influencer.

Aside from managing the business, she is also a philanthropist. She has established the Ladies of the Cross International Ministries and has contributed to charity in various ways.

Gifty Lamptey’s net worth is $135 million. 

5. Grace Amey-Obeng – $100 million


Grace Amey-Obeng is the founder of Forever Clair beauty products. She is an executive member of the Association of Ghana Industries, where she currently serves the role of National Treasurer.

She is also the chairwoman of the Ghana Cosmetology and Wellness Foundation and has been awarded for her tremendous role in business.

Grace Amey-Obeng’s net worth is $100 million

6. Patricia Obo-Nai – $85 million


Patricia Obo-Nai is a well-known Ghanaian engineer. She is the first Ghanaian to become Chief Executive Officer of Vodafone Ghana. She is a member of the Ghana Institution of Engineers and Vodafone’s executive committee.

As the CEO of a telecommunication network in Ghana, Patricia Obo-Nai is believed to be among the wealthiest women in Ghana in 2023.

Net worth at 85 million.

7. Joana Gyan Cudjoe – $70 million


Joana Gyan is often referred to as the Queen of Gold in Ghana. Joana is an entrepreneur, the Chief executive officer of Golden Empire Legacy Limited, an artisanal miner, a licensed gold salesman, a licensed gold exporter, a licensed gold miner, a gold buyer’s license, a philanthropist, an investor, and a business executive.

Joana Gyan is undoubtedly wealthy and amongst the richest women in Ghana. Her net worth is $70 million.

8. Charlotte Osei – $5 million


Charlotte Osei is a Ghanaian lawyer who formerly served as the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission of Ghana from 2015 until her dismissal in June 2018 due to allegations of financial misconduct. She currently holds the position of UN International Elections Commissioner.

Charlotte Osei is one of the wealthiest Politicians in Ghana. Charlotte Osei is also listed on the elite list of Richest Politicians. 

Charlotte Osei’s net worth is approximately $5 Million.

9. Jackie Appiah – $5 million


Jackie Appiah is a Ghanaian actress and a brand ambassador for numerous products in Ghana. She’s starred in numerous movies and television shows and has won several awards for her work. She’s also a style icon, often appearing on red carpets and gracing the covers of magazines. 

She’s invested her money in real estate, a fashion boutique, and a production company. She’s truly a trailblazer in the world of Ghanaian entertainment. She drives expensive cars and lives in expensive hotels overseas; she also shops in some of the top designer shops in the UK and the UAE. 

Jackie Appiah’s net worth is certainly over $5 million.

10. Nana Ama McBrown – $2.8 million


Felicity Ama Agyemang Nana Ama McBrown is a Ghanaian actress and TV presenter.

Nana Ama McBrown started her acting career at an early age and currently hosts multiple shows on TV. She is wealthy, making most of her income from deals, sponsorships, and movies. Her estimated net worth is over $2.8 million.

11. Amadia Gh – $1.5 million


Amadia Gh – richest women in Ghana

Amadia GH is the CEO of the Amadia Group of companies. She is popularly known for her foundation, The Amadia Foundation, where she has involved most Ghanaian celebs in business activities.

Amadia is the wife of one of the wealthiest men in Ghana – Dr. Sledge Duodu. Amadia and her husband Sledge are lovers of luxurious cars, as they have a fleet of them in their garage.

Dr. Sledge’s wife, Amadia Gh, has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million.

12. Beatrice Agyemang Abbey – $500,000

Richest Women in Ghana

Mrs Beatrice Agyemang Abbey is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Media General TV and oversees the strategic direction and operations of TV3. She began her TV career in 2000 and has worked in various areas such as an anchor, reporter, and senior producer.

Her outstanding abilities as a journalist and business leader have seen her rise from a Reporter, Anchor, Producer, and Managing News Editor to Chief Operating Officer for TV3.

Beatrice has interviewed high-profile interviewees, including Ex-Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Ex-Ghana president John Kufuor (Ex Ghana President), and John Mahama, then Vice President of the Republic of Ghana.

An ardent learner, she has toured almost all major newsmakers in the US and the United Kingdom ― BBC, CNN, VOA, Sky TV, Citizen TV, and Kiss TV in Kenya, in her quest to bring on board unmatched experience to outclass her competitors.

She has also received several awards and led the media organization to head to chalk many successes and recognition. The latest has been the Glitz Africa Ghana Women of the Year Honours. 

Today, Beatrice Agyemang Abbey’s net worth is estimated at $500,000.

13. Theresa Ayoade – $300,000

Richest Women in Ghana

Theresa Ayoade is a creative entrepreneur, marketing communications, and event specialist. She is the Co-Founder and CEO of Charter House Production – one of West Africs’s leading Marketing, Events, and Audio-Visual Production Firms.

Theresa has over 22 years of experience managing Public, Corporate, and National Events, as Audio-visual and TV Productions. She has led the Management of Public events such as The Annual Ghana Music Awards Festival (22yrs), A Night of 1000 Laughs Comedy Series (27 editions), Miss Malaika Ghana (18yrs), Ghana Rocks Concert (6yrs), and several International Music Concerts featuring international stars like JAY Z, SHAGGY, BUSTA RHYMES, CHRIS BROWN, BOYS TO MEN, AKON, STEEL PULSE, and many others.

Theresa has also overseen over 1000 Corporate events such as Launches, Conferences (AGRF 2020, ALIBABA AFRICA BUSINESS HEROES 2020), Awards Ceremonies, Banquets, BTL Activations, and many more such events for Local, Multinational, and International Organizations, as well as National Events like the Can 2008 AFRICA AS ONE Welcome Concert, Ghana@50 Concert, in addition to a host of TV productions such as AGORO, IT TAKES 2, THE CHALLENGE and many more.

Theresa Ayoade’s net worth is estimated at $300,000.

14. Afia Konadu aka Mama Remie – $200,000

Richest Women in Ghana

Afia Konadu is the CEO of Remie Foods Co. Ltd. Remie Foods is a multinational manufacturing company specializing in producing first-class spices, non-dairy foods, tomato pastes, and tomato mix, among other products.

The Remie Foods CEO, Afia Konadu, sponsors shows such as Janaana and Kabani, all Twinovelas, to mention a few.

Afia is noted for her philanthropic gesture of donating to widows, orphans, and other needy people in society using her funds. Her company sponsored six Ghanaians for an all-expense-paid trip to Dubai.

Afia Konadu, aka Mama Remie’s net worth is estimated at $200,000. 


The narratives of the top 14 richest women in Ghana are not just tales of individual prosperity but are chapters in a larger story that speaks volumes about the changing socio-economic landscape in Ghana and, by extension, Africa. 

These women have demonstrated that gender is not a limitation to achieving extraordinary feats in business and other domains. Through their tenacity, skill, and vision, they have dismantled barriers, redefined success, and offered new leadership paradigms.

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About the Chief Editor

Godfrey Ogbo, the Chief Editor and CEO of AtlanticRide, merges his environmental management expertise with extensive business experience, including in real estate. With a master's degree and a knack for engaging writing, he adeptly covers complex growth and business topics. His analytical approach and business insights enrich the blog, making it a go-to source for readers seeking thoughtful and informed content.

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