Ibrahim Mahama, a Ghanaian business magnate, recently spoke at a church about his journey from grass to grace.
At the introduction of a book called Destiny, the brother of Ghana’s former President Mahama used his life to inspire others.
Ibrahim Mahama believes in fate because he would not have met Uncle Seth, the guy who altered his life, if it were not for fate.
The only item the CEO of Engineers & Planners had when he returned to Ghana from the United Kingdom in 1997 was a motorcycle, according to him.
So, when he wanted to start his business, he needed automobiles, but he did not have any, so fate led him to an Uncle Seth he did not know.
The man grew fond of him to the point that he treated him as if he were his “adopted” son, to the point where he would call him for pickups to go about his business.
His businesses have expanded beyond him in the last 20 years, and he can no longer manage them unless he hires somebody to do it for him.