• Ibrahim Mahama, a famous Ghanaian artist, says he met his namesake Ibrahim Mahama, the brother of John Mahama
  • In an interview with Ghana web TV, he told his interesting life story and journey in the creative arts industry.
  • Ibrahim Mahama praised Ibrahim Mahama, the former president’s brother, as he enjoyed his conversation with him.

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Ibrahim Mahama, a renowned artist in Ghana, spoke about meeting the popular Ibrahim Mahama, the brother of John Mahama with whom he shares the same name and how people mix them up.

He recounted his first meeting with the former president’s brother as a pleasant experience and had great things to say about him. He described Ibrahim Mahama as a very generous person.

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Photo: Ibrahim Mahama and Ibrahim Mahama Source Thomas Lohnes, Ibrahim Mahama
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He felt that people only looked at Ibrahim Mahama at face value as a wealthy Ghanaian and brother of the former president, but did not know him on a personal level.

He said that Ibrahim Mahama is a very honest person and did not fail to show his admiration for his namesake. It was in an interview with Ghana web Tv

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Ibrahim Mahama, author and artist, was born in 1987 in Tamale, Ghana. He is one of Ghana’s foremost contemporary artists and his many works of art have achieved international acclaim.

In some of his unique arts, he works with jute bags of cocoa and charcoal to make beautiful installations on buildings. He has presented his magnificent works of art in various galleries around the world. He became a millionaire through art and has sold several works for over a million dollars.

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One of his standout works is his Non-Orientable Nkansa II (2017) – an imposing sculpture installed in the sumptuous vaulted salon of the Apalazzo Gallery – The ingenious work is made up of hundreds of boxes of shoe shine assembled with scraps of materials and personalized with small stickers, collages and name tags.

From School Dropout to Billionaire Entrepreneur: The Story of Ibrahim Mahama

In other stories, YEN.com.gh previously published an article on the life story of John Mahama’s brother, Ibrahim Mahama.

Former President John Dramani Mahama’s brother, Ibrahim, grew from humble beginnings to become the billionaire he is today. Ibrahim Mahama dropped out of university when he was just 26 in the UK.

His university studies having failed, he decided to create a technology company which became his breakthrough in life.

Source: YEN.com.gh


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