Why family members are fighting over Alhaji Asoma Banda’s property revealed.

Alhaji Asoma Banda is a Ghanaian entrepreneur, business magnate, philanthropist, role model and patriot, one of the richest men in Ghana.

Banda owns multiple businesses and has created employment for a huge number of Ghanaians.

Recently, this great man has been in the news for all the wrong reasons as his family fight each other over his wealth whilst he’s dying in his hospital bed.

Asoma Banda was born at Kintampo in the Brong Ahafo Region. He had his elementary education at Kintampo and Kumasi Government Boys respectively, before going on to receive his Ordinary and Advanced Level certificate.

He later studied for a diploma in Marketing/ Sales Management in London. He later undertook several courses in Marketing, Management and Shipping to help him understand better and excel in the line of the profession he had chosen for himself.

Banda’s was born into a business oriented family, equipping him with the skills he needed to excel in his career later on. At a tender age, his father entrusted him with the arduous job of buying cattle from Mali, Niger and Upper Volta (now Burkina Faso) and transporting them on foot to Kumasi, a job which he executed with diligence and devotion.

He travelled to London in 1960 to further his education. He later entered the service of Imperial Chemical Industries (ICI) of London as a Director in charge of Africa and the Middle East.

In 1975, Alhaji Banda founded a shipping company in London, OT Africa line, and Antrak Group of Companies (London and Ghana) with his business partners.

Due to his able leadership and business acumen, his company has now grown to have over 146 branches in countries across the world, creating jobs for over 500,000 people globally.

Banda owns Antrak Air, which he is the Chairman of. It is the only hundred percent Ghanaian – owned aviation Company, the first of its kind in the history of the aviation industry in the country.

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