The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Engineers and Planners (E&P), Ibrahim Mahama, is constructing a 550-bed dormitory facility for the Tamale Senior High (TAMASCO) School; his alma mater.
The construction of the facility, started sometime last year, as his contribution to the school, which has made him what he is today.
Apart from the dormitory, which is to help solve the huge accommodation challenges in the school, Ibrahim, last Saturday donated GH¢200,000 to TAMASCO during its 65th anniversary celebration.
The gesture forms part of his effort in improving the standard of education.
Ibrahim, who is a younger brother of the President, John Dramani Mahama and many of his siblings, attended TAMASCO; one of the prestigious schools in the three northern regions.
The school has produced many prominent individuals in all facades of the national life.
On Sunday, the owner of E&P, brought to together all political parties in Tamale, when he organized a peace walk within the metropolis.
The exercise was aimed at fostering peace among the contesting political parties and candidates, before, during and after the December 7 polls.
Mr. Ibrahim Mahama, in a short address said, he loved peace and democracy and once he hails from the north, the best he could do to help his own people was to support peace and business in the north.
Other dignitaries who graced the walk included; the Minister for Employment and Labour Relations, Haruna Iddrisu, Minister for Roads and Highways, Alhaji Inusah Fuseini, NDC Parliamentary Candidate for Tamale North, Alhaji Alhassan Suhuyini, Prof. Joshua Alarbi, Vice Chancellor of the University for Professional Studies (UPS), Executives of the Conventions Peoples Party (CPP), Peoples National Convention (PNC), and Progressive Peoples Party (PPP) among others.
Also in attendance were; the Northern Regional Chairman of the NDC, Sofo Awudu Azorka, and other executives of the party in the region.