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Hassan Ayariga Net Worth, Businesses, Religion, Houses, Wife, Cars

Hassan Ayariga net worth is estimated at $90 million. Hassan is an entrepreneur with many business interests both in Ghana and abroad, however, he started out as an accountant with WaffenSchimdt GmBH in Germany and the as Quality Control manager at Peter Huppertz Ford motors in Germany for 10 years before going into business.

Hassan Ayariga Net Worth, Businesses, Religion, Houses, Wife, Cars

In this article, we will be bringing to you Hassan Ayariga Net Worth, Businesses, Religion, Houses, Wife, Cars

Net worth$90 million
Full nameHassan Ayariga
Date of birth4 September 1972 
OccupationEntrepreneur and Accountant
NationalityGhanaian

Hassan Ayariga net worth and Biography

Hassan Ayariga is a Ghanaian accountant, entrepreneur and politician. He is the founder of the All People’s Congress (APC) and was the candidate of the People’s National Convention for the December 2012 presidential election. He is one of the most popular and hilarious politicians in Ghana.

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Hassan Ayariga Net worth Profile

Born4 September 1972 (age 49)
Bawku, Upper East, Ghana
NationalityGhanaian
Political partyAll People’s Congress
Spouse(s)Anitta Ayariga
RelationsMahama Ayariga
Children5
ResidenceAccra Ghana
EducationAtlantic International University
OccupationAccountant, Entrepreneur
ProfessionEntrepreneur/Politician

Hassan Ayariga Education

Ayariga spent his childhood in Accra and Bawku. He later moved to Nigeria with his parents after the overthrow of the Limann Administration. He attended Ghana Secondary School in Tamale and then in Nigeria Barewa College in Zaria.

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He later studied accounting at the London School of Accountancy and earned a PhD from Atlantic International University, an American distance learning university.

Hassan Ayariga Political Career

In the presidential primaries of the People’s National Convention (PNC) for the 2016 general election, Ayariga lost to Edward Mahama, whom he had beaten to become presidential candidate in 2012.

Citing anomalies and cheating, he left the party to form a new party, the All People’s Congress (APC), in 2016. The Electoral Commission of Ghana handed the party a provisional certificate after he met the requisite requirements, and it has since been granted a final certificate.

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Hassan Ayariga Brothers and family

Hassan’s father, Frank Abdulai Ayariga, was a member of parliament for the Bawku Constituency during the third republic administration of Hilla Limann and his mother, Anatu Ayariga, a business woman.

His younger brother Mahama Ayariga was Minister for Youth and Sports (2015) as well as Member of Parliament for Bawku Central Constituency on the ticket of the National Democratic Congress.

Where does Hassan Ayariga live?

Hassan Ayariga lived and worked in Germany for many years and has business interests in both Ghana and Germany. He is married with a children and one in Germany.

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What Businesses does Hassan Ayariga own?

Hassan Ayariga is a successful businessman. He is currently the chairman and CEO of Hassan Ayariga & Co. Haulage Company, which deal in trucks for infrastructural development. He also owns Hallo Pizza, a restaurant chain in Ghana and recently started Clean Us Ghana, a waste management company.

Hassan Ayariga Cars

Hassan Ayariga owns some of the luxurious cars you can thin k about. His luxury fleet includes several Land Cruisers, Porsche Panamera and a Bentley.

Hassan Ayariga Net Worth, Businesses, Religion, Houses, Wife, Cars
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Hassan Ayariga net worth

Hassan Ayariga net worth is estimated at $90 million. Hassan is an entrepreneur with many business interests both in Ghana and abroad, however, he started out as an accountant with WaffenSchimdt GmBH in Germany and the as Quality Control manager at Peter Huppertz Ford motors in Germany for 10 years before going into business.

Source: Glusea

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