Billionaire and younger brother of former president of Ghana John Dramani Mahama, Ibrahim Mahama has hit the market with his all new ‘Dzata’ cement.
Ibrahim Mahama is the founder of the famous Engineers and Planners, the largest indigenous-owned mining company in West Africa, and the owner of several other businesses in Ghana.
He is a well known figure in the Ghanaian and the African community and media space not only because of his affliction with the former president but also a very renowned and successful businessman.
Well as part of his numerous businesses, Ibrahim Mahama has joined the likes of Nigerian Billionaire Aliko Dangote in the cement manufacturing business sector as he has launched his own cement brand called ‘Dzata’ which cost 30 Ghana Cedis per bag.
He was the subject of many criticisms when his elder brother was in power as president of the country as it was alleged on many occasions that his brother, former president John Mahama gave him several ‘outrageous’ government contracts.