The warm-hearted feeling and excitement that has characterised the Ghanaian citizenry following the progression of the Kantanka Automobile Company’s commercialisation project is simply overwhelming.
The company, founded and headed by the multi-talented technological genius, Apostle Dr Kwadwo Safo, has been welcomed with die-hard support from the citizenry, Pan-African communities across the globe and other Africans both in Africa and the Diaspora.
According to these joyous voices, such a move by the company is crucial to the local economy and worth commemorating.
The automobiles have been ruthlessly tested in some of the most hostile environments, under extreme temperatures, and across harsh terrains in the country.
The Kantanka Automobiles can also boast of impressive designs, high performance and safety while at the same time providing the users with life time driving experience with comforting and relaxing interiors.
The company released that the automobiles are being manufactured with the African weather conditions, road systems and environment in mind to enhance durability and performance among others. On this path, the Kantanka automobiles would have reduced frequency of maintenance and operational cost thus becoming financially and economically friendly to the consumer.
The Pickups are also designed primarily for hard work and are equipped with class-leading payload and towing capability, along with a range of features and accessories to manage all kinds of load.
The Kantanka Automobiles are no doubt a practical choice for every consumer.
But looking at the style and class of the vehicles as well as their in-built modern electronics and capabilities, one is likely to be alarmed by the potential price of the vehicles. The company has hinted that this is nothing to worry about. It is poised to provide affordable cars of value to the people as part of their patriotic duty to the nation. They stress that affordability is guaranteed. The Kantanka Automobiles are likely to be the optimum financial choice for consumers in the market of automobiles in the country.
The Company, with its inspiring made in Ghana branded vehicles, is said to be key in enhancing the economy and keeping the flames of the national pride alive. By purchasing made in Ghana, one would also be doing service to the nation.
“Buy, use and sell Ghanaian!” “The Chinese are doing it, the British are doing it, Australians among others are doing it, back home on our own continent the Nigerians are doing it, Kenyans, South Africans, many more are doing it, and so why not Ghanaians?” remarked Mr. Quarcoo, CEO of the Ghana Export Promotion Authority.
He continued that Ghana must harness the ingenuity of Apostle Dr Kwadwo Safo and others. He made the submission at the 2nd Graphic Business/Fidelity Breakfast Meeting, organised by the Graphic Communications Group Limited and Fidelity Bank, as well as media partner Citi FM in Accra, and emphasised that for the next three years, Ghanaians must travel the straight and narrow road to economic emancipation.
In a separate instance, James Asare-Adjei, President of the Association of Ghana industries (AGI), also called on government to institute a targeted tax policy that would encourage local companies. He made the call during the investiture of 16-member executive council for the Advertising Association of Ghana at the state house in Accra.
In the same ceremony which saw the newly elected members of the executive Council being inducted into office by High Court Judge, Justice Naa Adoley Azu, he also called on the public to purchase made in Ghana products. According to him, local brands have the undoubted capabilities to compete with foreign brands.
With the green light from the Ghana Standard Authority and the Ghana Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (formerly called Vehicle Examination & Licensing Division under the Transportation Ministry) as well as the prayers of Ghanaians and the African community, the Kantanka made in Ghana vehicles signals a brighter day for the nation and continent.