Moving from one place to the other requires a lot of planning.
For top level corporate executives, speed, comfort and other factors are of prime importance.
Details of their estimated wealth were released by Goodman AMC, in 2015.
Goodman AMC is management consulting, research, data and advisory firm.
Ibrahim Mahama ($1.6 billion)
Michael Ibrahim Mahama is the CEO of Engineers & Planners.
Engineers and Planners is the largest indigenously owned mining company in West Africa.
Charles Ampofo ($1.4 billion)
He is the Chairman & CEO of Kampac International PLC.
The company, headquartered in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, operates in several industries.
Sir Sam Esso Jonah ($1.2 billion)
He is currently the Executive Chairman of Jonah Capital, an equity fund.
Jonah Capital is reported to own 14 mineral resource assets across 10 countries in Africa.
Dr. Kwabena Duffuor ($680 Million)
Kwabena Duffuor is the Chief Executive Officer of the House of Duffour Asset Holdings.
His largest holding is in UniBank, one of the largest banks in Ghana.
Mr Joseph Siaw Agyepong ($600 million)
He is the founder of the Jospong Group.
It is one of the largest conglomerates in Ghana with over 32 subsidiaries.
Dr. Theresa Oppong-Beeko ($420 million)
Theresa established Manet as a real state company.
She is currently the President of Manet Group.
Dr. Paa Kwesi Nduom ($410 million)
He is the Chairman of Groupe Nduom.
The company has several subsidiaries cutting across several industries such as media, banking and finance, sports and insurance.
Grace Amey-Obeng ($100 million)
Grace Amey-Obeng is the founder and CEO of FC Group of Companies.
She founded the company over three decades ago.