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HERE ARE THE 2022 RICHEST PEOPLE IN LIBERIA AND THEIR NET WORTH
10. Prince Johnson
9. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is a Liberian politician who served as the 24th President of Liberia from 2006 to 2018. Sirleaf was the first elected female head of state in Africa. Her net worth is USD1.8 Milion.
8. Varney Sherman
Net worth: $3.2 million
Sherman was born on February 16, 1953, in Robertsport, Grand Cape Mount County and graduated from St. John’s Episcopal High School in 1971. He continued his education at Cuttington University where he earned a degree in 1975. In 1979, he was awarded a Bachelor of Laws at the Louis Arthur Grimes School of Law at the University of Liberia in Monrovia. Sherman completed his education in 1982 in the United States where he earned a Master of Law at Harvard Law School.
In 2003, Cuttington University of Liberia conferred on him the honorary LLD. degree in recognition of his philanthropy, especially his personal financial and material support for higher education in Liberia.
Harry Varney Gboto-Nambi Sherman is a Liberian politician and the current chairman of the Unity Party.
7. Winston Tubman
Tubman is a Liberian diplomat and politician of Americo-Liberian descent. He is a former justice minister and diplomat for the nation, as well as having been the standard bearer of the Congress for Democratic Change.
6. Amos Sawyer
Net Worth: $80 million
Amos Claudius Sawyer is a Liberian politician and academic who served as the President of the Interim Government of National Unity in Liberia. He was voted in by 35 leaders representing seven political parties and eleven interest groups.
Sawyer is Chairman of the Governance Reform Commission in Liberia, which has recently become the Governance Commission. His book, Beyond Plunder: Toward Democratic Governance in Liberia (2005), explored the development of multi-party democracy in the country.
He supported Ellen Johnson Sirleaf in the October 2005 and 2011 elections.
5. Jewel Taylor
Jewel Cianeh Howard Taylor is a Liberian politician and the current Vice President of Liberia. She was married to President Charles Taylor(whom she married in 1997, but later divorced in 2006) and was First Lady of Liberia during his presidency.
In 2005, Jewel Taylor was elected to the Senate of Liberia in Bong County as a member of the National Patriotic Party. She is the Chairperson of the Senate Health and Social Welfare Committee on Gender, Women and Children.
While her husband was president, Taylor held a number of official posts in the Liberian government, including Deputy Governor of the National Bank of Liberia (forerunner to the current Central Bank of Liberia), President of the Agriculture Cooperative and Development Bank (ACDB) and Mortgage Financing Underwriter of the First Union National Bank. In addition, she focused on educational, health and social projects.
4. Charles Brumskine
Charles Walker Brumskine is a Liberian politician and attorney. He is the leader of the Liberty Party and came third in the 2005 presidential election.
3. Joseph Boakai
2. Benoni Urey