Ibrahim Mahama net worth 2023:He was born in Piase in the Northern Region of Ghana to Emmanuel Adama Mahama, former Minister of Agriculture and the first Minister of the Northern Region under the first President of Ghana, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah. His mother, Joyce Tamakloe came from Keta in the Volta Region of Ghana. Ibrahim Mahama net worth is $ 1 billion
Mahama started his company Engineers & Planners in 1997 after his return from London. The Company now employs over 3000 Ghanaian employees.
Mahama has also invested in Asutsuare Poultry Farms, which was started in 2004 and produces 150,000 eggs and 10,000 live broilers a day.
Mahama is also an investor at Dzata Cement company, a fully Ghanaian-owned cement processing factory located in Tema. Construction of the factory began in 2011, and it is set to start operations by first quarter of 2018, projected to create 1,200 direct jobs. Its production capacity is projected to be 2 million tonnes of cement a year.
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
Ibrahim Mahama Net Worth
Mahama has been recognized in supporting the Northern and Zongo communities. Ghana has about 400 Zongo communities which have been described by many as deprived communities. He has catered for many in these communities, providing for education, healthcare, employment as well as funding projects within the communities.
He is currently in the process of building a 550-bed dormitory for his former high school, Tamale Secondary School in the Northern Region of Ghana, after a fire destroyed an existing dormitory.
Joyce Tamakloe Cancer Foundation
Following the loss of his mother to cancer, he has championed charity causes that create awareness on different types of cancer. He is a co-founder of the Joyce Tamakloe Cancer Foundation which has raised funds for several hospitals in Ghana as a contribution to the fight against cancer. The Foundation has provided free mammograms for over 1000 women across Ghana. The foundation played a key role in ensuring breast cancer patients received treatment under the National Health Insurance in Ghana.