Nadia Abdul Aziz is one of Ghana’s wealthiest executives and investors, according to her $16.1 million investment in Asante Gold, a Ghanaian gold exploration, development, and operating company.
She joined Asante Gold as an independent director in 2020, making her the only female on the board’s nine-member board. Prior to her current role, the wealthy entrepreneur was on the board of Indussi Resources, a private Ghana-based project originator and developer.
The mining career of one of Ghana’s wealthiest women, Nadia Abdul Aziz, has recently been highlighted. According to Billionaires Africa, Nadia, a top financial specialist, joined Asante Gold’s board of directors in November 2020 and has a 4.13 percent share in the gold exploration firm worth $16.1 million.
Nadia Abdul Aziz is the only female on the gold exploration, development, and operational company’s nine-member board of directors. She has extensive experience in West African government relations, communication, marketing, and acquisitions.
Asante Gold recently bought the Chirano Gold Mine, an open-pit, underground mining facility in southern Ghana, just south of the company’s Bibiani Gold Mine. According to billionaires.Africa, she played a big part in this.
Nadia previously served on the board of Indussi Resources, a private Ghana-based project originator and developer. Nadia Abdul Aziz’s stake in the top mining business is worth millions of dollars, making her one of Ghana’s wealthiest executives and investors.