There has been a conclusive agreement between two top dignitaries in the opposing political parties to create an enormous avenue to reduce unemployment in the country.
This is an agreement signed between controversial member of Parliament Hon. Kennedy Agyapong and Ibrahim Mahama, Ghanaian businessman and younger brother of John Dramani Mahama.
The Minister who represents Assin Central in parliament has decided to build a 31,000 tonnes Coldstore in Ghana, a Coldstore which will be the largest in the Africa after completion.
According to reports, this Coldstore set out to be built will surpass Angola’s 30,000 Coldstore. In this regard, Ibrahim Mahama’s Dzata Cement has been contracted to supply the required cement for its construction.
Hon. Kennedy Agyapong intimated that he contracted a Ghanaian business because as it will be in line with his agenda to help build Ghanaian businesses. The news was reported by his Facebook fan page. It reads;
“Way to Go
Kennedy Agyapong has finally reached an agreement with Dzata Cement LTD, to supply bags of cement for the completion of his biggest 31,000 tonnes Cold Store in Africa!
It will be the biggest Cold store after Angola with 30,000 tonnes in Africa!
It will be the biggest contract so far for Ibrahim Mahama’s Dzata Cement!
Ibrahim Mahama has expressed gratitude to Kennedy Agyapong for choosing Dzata cement!”
According to Kennedy Agyapong, Ghanaians should put politics aside and patronize in Ibrahim Mahama’s Dzata cement business.
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Recall that Kennedy Agyapong made the revelation on the “Attitude” show on Net2 where he presented receipts of payments made on the project. He vowed to reveal the location of the company to anyone who believes his words were lies.
“I’m building the biggest cold store in Africa, not in Ghana but Africa. It’s 31,000-tonne cold store which is the biggest in Africa. There is one in Angola which is 30,000. If you think I’m bragging, I will show you the location. I’m doing a lot of work but want to complete it before I put it in the public domain,” he said.