Ibrahim Mahama Acquires A Fleet Of Renault Trucks For Moving His Dzata Cement

Ghanaian businessman and millionaire, Ibrahim Mahama, brother of ex-Ghanaian president John Mahama, has just concluded a deal with French automobile manufacturer to acquire a fleet of new Renault trucks to be used to transport his Dzata cement all over the country and eventually across the continent.

The Chief Executive Officer of Dzata Cement Company shared the good news of his concluded deal with the automobile manufacturing company with his followers on social media earlier this week.

Ibrahim Mahama personally visited the headquaters of Renault Trucks to conclude all discussions on acquiring the trucks to begin operations and also expand within Ghana and across the boarders.

Sharing photos from the deal signing he wrote: “Renault Trucks Dealership signed and Sealed for Ghana”

Dzata Cement is greatly anticipated by Ghanaians as it is said to be the first fully owned Ghanaian cement manufacturing and processing company in the country and is also said to be worth in excess of US$100 million

Dzata means lion in Twi (Ghanaian local language) and is very suggestive of the company’s brand and product quality.

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