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Top 7 Youngest billionaires in Ghana 2021

Youngest billionaires in Ghana: SOME AFRICANS may be rich or prosper here and there. But if other Africans do not have the opportunity to improve their lot, the riches of few cannot be said to represent an African prosperity.

It means, until we all prosper, the riches of few shall remain insignificant and sham. And in that case, the African Personality will find it difficult to fully assert itself. The solution is to unconditionally help one another.

Who are the youngest billionaires in Ghana?

The youngest billionaires in Ghana as at the year 2021 are:

  • Nana Wan
  • Ibra One
  • Kofi Amoa-Abban
  • Criss Waddle
  • Baron One
  • Nana Kwame Bediako
  • Jibril

The following persons on this list have defied all odds to make it to the list of the youngest richest persons in Ghana. The members of this list made their millions mainly from the entertainment industry, from investments, and for some lucky ones through inheritance.

Below is a list of the top richest but youngest persons in Ghana.

Nana Wan.

Youngest billionaires in Ghana
Nana Wan


Nana Wan popularly known as Mr. Wealth is the Chief Executive Officer of the Wiafe Group of Companies. Nana Wan makes his money from his numerous companies and although his exact net worth is unknown, Nana Wan is believed to be worth more than $ 1 million dollars. Nana Wan’s exact age is unknown but he is under 40 years.

Nana Wan is the name, and you probably have an idea about who this man is, what he does; and the rumours in the air that surround this name. Well, if you don’t know Nana Wan, you need not worry because we have some information about this rich guy from Ghana. Nana Wan is short for his real name Nana Kwame Wiafe. He is the CEO of Wiafe Group of Companies and the president of 2Hype Music.

Ibrah One


Not much is known about this young Ghanaian millionaire. Ibrah One is one of the most famous richest young men in Ghana as he is under 40 years. Reports indicate that Ibrah One deals in foreign exchange trading and is also into real estate. Ibrah One’s luxurious fleet of cars includes; Mercedes Benz Sls Amg, Bently, Porche Panamera, G-Wagon, Ferrari, and a host of others.

Kofi Amoa-Abban

Kofi Amoa-Abban


Kofi Amoa-Abban is one of the youngest but richest people in Ghana. At 37 years, Kofi Amoa-Abban is the Chief Executive Officer of Rigworld Group, an Oil service business with operations across West Africa.

Criss Waddle


AMG boss, Kweku Addai popularly known as Criss Waddle is a Ghanaian Hip-Hop recording artist. According to Criss Waddle, he is into real estate, forex trading, and investments he is quiet about.

Baron One

Baron One


Unlike Nana Wan, Baron One is the quiet type allowing his motors and mansions to do the talking. He owns Classroom Pub at East Legon.

Nana Kwame Bediako


Nana Kwame Bediako is a Ghanaian real estate mogul. Although he is barely 40 years, reports are that Nana Kwame Bediako is worth over 100 million dollars. Meet the youngest Ghanaian billionaire

He owns a lot of Estates and he’s currently developing a new city known as “The Gulf City” on a 2000 acre land in the Western part of Ghana. He also owns Estates in California.

Jibril


Jibril is arguably one of the richest young folks in Ghana. He is the boss of JBC limited. A real estate and property company in Accra, Ghana.

Source: cbgist

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