Ibrahim Mahama Owns The Largest Mining Company In West Africa, Has A Net Worth Of Over $1 Billion

Ibrahim Mahama is a Ghanaian businessman who is known very well as the founder of Engineers and Planners and established a name for himself ad one of the richest men in Ghana and Africa as a whole.

Ibrahim Mahama also owns several other businesses in Ghana including Dzata Cement Limited.

His Mining company, Engineers and planners is the largest Indigenous-owned mining company operating in West Africa. He was reported to have purchased a private jet as well.

The businessman is currently 52 years of age and has an estimated Net Worth in the region of $1.2 Billion.

He is the younger brother of Former Ghanaian President John Dramani Mahama. Ibrahim studied at the College of West North London, a place he relocated to and lived.


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