Congrats – Lordina to Ibrahim Mahama on award

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Former First Lady Lordina Mahama has congratulated Mr Ibrahim Mahama, her brother-in-law for winning the 2018 African Achievers Award in London.

Mr Mahama, who is the Chief Executive Officer of Engineers and Planners, was given the award at the House of Parliament, Palace of Westminster.

Former President John Mahama’s brother started his company, Engineers & Planners, in 1997 after his return from London.

Mrs Mahama in a tweet on Friday, 6 July said: “Congratulations. God bless. #AAA”

Lordina Mahama@MrsMahama

Congratulations. God bless.

Ibrahim Mahama@MrMahama_ENP

Thankyou @AfricanAward, receiving the #AAA at the House of Parliament in the presence of Rt Hon @HackneyAbbott, dignitaries and distinguished Guests.I dedicate this award to the memory of my father E.A. Mahama, and my mother Joyce Mahama, both of whom were entrepreneurs #keepatit

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His investments include Asutsuare Poultry Farms, which started in 2004 and produces 150,000 eggs and 10,000 live broilers a day.

He is also an investor in Dzata Cement Company, a fully Ghanaian-owned cement processing factory located in Tema.

Former First Lady Lordina Mahama has congratulated Mr Ibrahim Mahama, her brother-in-law for winning the 2018 African Achievers Award in London.

Mr Mahama, who is the Chief Executive Officer of Engineers and Planners, was given the award at the House of Parliament, Palace of Westminster.

Former President John Mahama’s brother started his company, Engineers & Planners, in 1997 after his return from London.

Mrs Mahama in a tweet on Friday, 6 July said: “Congratulations. God bless. #AAA”

Lordina Mahama@MrsMahama

Congratulations. God bless.

Ibrahim Mahama@MrMahama_ENP

Thankyou @AfricanAward, receiving the #AAA at the House of Parliament in the presence of Rt Hon @HackneyAbbott, dignitaries and distinguished Guests.I dedicate this award to the memory of my father E.A. Mahama, and my mother Joyce Mahama, both of whom were entrepreneurs #keepatit

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His investments include Asutsuare Poultry Farms, which started in 2004 and produces 150,000 eggs and 10,000 live broilers a day.

He is also an investor in Dzata Cement Company, a fully Ghanaian-owned cement processing factory located in Tema.