While we are talking, it is very difficult for a young man to build his or her home in Ghana which is largely due to the cost of cement.
Currently, cement prices have increased in Ghana as Ghacem raised its prices across the board and sold 50 kg at 50 kg.
But the good news is that Ibrahim Mohamed “Dzata” cement has brought some relief to the system given the current price of Dzata cement.
Consequently, Dzata cement is being produced to be sold in the market for 30 pounds per gallon which is half of what almost all cement including Gassim and Dangote cements currently sells in the country.
More importantly, former Senior Minister Yao Osafo Mafo and Minister of Trade Alan Keremanten toured the factory, ahead of Ghanaians to buy Dzata Cement.
Also, every critical Ghanaian thinking on social media has thrown his or her support behind the brand that is an entry point into the Ghanaian market today.