Media Personality and former employee of TV3 , Bridget Otoo has come out to debunked rumors that Dzata Cement is being sold at GHC 30 per bag.
The journalist who quitted TV3 to establish her own cement retailing company, has denounced rumors making the rounds that the new products of Ibrahim Mahama cost GHC 30 for a bag.
Ibrahim Mahama, who is the brother of former Ghana President John Mahama, is the founder of Dzata Cement Limited.
The over $100 million investment is located on a 10-acre land near the Tema Port, with the cement already hitting the market.
After journalists and the media were taken around the facility yesterday, many came out to say that the cements would be sold at GHC 30, the cheapest in the country.
However, Bridget Otoo, who for some months now have been craving for the product, took to her twitter page to refute claims that the product were being sold at GHC 30.
“DZATA cement is not 30 cedis Na beer koraa y3 s3n?” She tweeted
According to Bridget, the actual prices are not out yet and that they will be out when full production begins.