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Highest Paid Workers In Ghana

This article is to let you know about the workers in Ghana that are paid the highest among others. There are many workers in Ghana, private workers, and government workers. One fact is the salary of the workers varies. Some workers receive higher pay, whiles some receive lower pay.

Highest Paid Workers In Ghana

The names of the Ghanaian workers who receive the highest pay are listed below;

Ernest Addison (Governor of the Bank of Ghana)

An economist from Ghana named Ernest Kwamina Yedu Addison is the Bank of Ghana’s fifteenth governor. Prior to this, he was an economist at the African Development Bank and served as director of research at the same central bank from 2003 to 2011.

Salary: GH¢125,346.00

Rev. Dr. Owusu Ammishaddai Amoah (Boss of the Ghana Revenue Authority)

The Commissioner General of the Ghana Revenue Authority is Rev. Dr. Ammishaddai Owusu-Amoah. He offers to the company a wealth of experience in management, leadership, and banking activities.

Salary: GH¢102,102.00

Dr. John Ofori Tenkorang (SSNIT Boss)

Public servant, investment banker, engineer, and professor John Ofori-Tenkorang is from Ghana. He is the Trust for Social Security and National Insurance’s Director General at the moment (SSNIT).

Salary: GHC 88,606.00

Stephen Boahen Aidoo (COCOBOD Boss)

The Chiefs of the Akwapim Mampong Traditional Area honored and bestowed the title of Cocoa Boafopa upon the Chief Executive Officer of the Ghana Cocoa Board, Hon. Joseph Boahen Aidoo.

Salary: GH¢75, 102.00

Dr. John Kofi Mensah (Agriculture Development Bank) Boss

On August 1st, 2017, John Kofi Mensah was named managing director of the Agricultural Development Bank Limited.

Salary: GH¢69, 707.00

Gyimah Daniel (National Investment Bank Boss)

Salary: GH¢66, 666.00

 Edwin Provencal (Bulk Oil Storage and Distribution boss)

Before being appointed as the Managing Director of Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation (BOST) Company Limited, Edwin Alfred Provencal served as the Minister of Energy’s Technical Advisor.

Salary: GH¢74, 203.19

 Mr Kofi Adomakoh (GCB PLC Bank Boss)

Mr. Kofi Adomakoh, the managing director of GCB Bank PLC, has been named 2021’s CEO of the Year in Banking. He received the honor at the 6th CEO Summit, which was hosted at the Kempinski Gold Coast City Hotel in Accra on Monday, May 30, 2022, in recognition of his outstanding work in the banking industry.

Salary: GH¢59, 203.19

Mr Francis Adu Tutu Boateng (Tema Oil Refinery Boss)

To assist the refinery in achieving its predetermined aims and objectives, the Board of Directors of Tema Oil Refinery (TOR) Ltd. has selected Mr. Francis Adu Tutu Boateng as the Managing Director.

Salary: GH¢58, 203.91

Steve Raymond Dapaa Addo (Economic and Organised Crime Office boss)

He officially assumed over on July 9, 2021. Before being appointed, Mr. Dapaa-Addo served as a state attorney in Ghana and in Nigeria, where he advanced to the post of director of civil litigation while working with the Rivers State Ministry of Justice.

According to a statement announcing his appointment, he was seconded from the National Security Secretariat to the Economic and Organized Crime Office in July 2019 as a Special Advisor to the Office until his appointment as the new Executive Director.

Salary: GH¢66, 909.76

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