Have you ever thought of who was the first person to own a private jet in the history of Ghana?, If you say no, then this article is for you, just spend some quality time reading and viewing this article.
The first man to own a private jet in the history of Ghana is the brother of John Dramani Mahama who is known as Ibrahim Mahama. Ibrahim Mahama is known to be a Ghanaian businessman, and the founder of Engineers and Planners, the largest indigenous-owned mining company in West Africa, and the owner of several other businesses in Ghana.
Mahama started his company Engineers & Planners in 1997 after his return from London. The Company now employs over 3000 Ghanaian employees. Mahama is also an investor at Dzata Cement company, a fully Ghanaian-owned cement processing factory located in Tema.
Mr. Mahama received the 2018 African Achievers’ Award in London, for African Industrialist of the year 2018 - during the 8th edition African Achievers awards that took place in the House of Commons in London. He uses a Bombardier 604 luxury private jet named Dzata and was the first individual to buy one in Ghana.
However, he finished his college in London and after college, he went on to live in London. He is a very successful business man in Ghana and is married to a woman named Oona Mahama and they are blessed with three children. Let's check out his photos and achievement below;
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