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“Kantanka Odeneho” Takes a Bold Step – Travels Long Distance

“Kantanka Odeneho” is a non-engine saloon car  that does not rely on a combustion engine to move, but an electric motor powered by rechargeable batteries.

“Kantanka Odeneho” is a non-engine saloon car that does not rely on a combustion engine to move, but an electric motor powered by rechargeable batteries.

“Kantanka Odeneho” is a non-engine saloon car manufactured and outdoor in the year 2012 by Great Kosa Company limited, a technology company in Ghana.According to the CEO of the company, Apostle Dr. Kwadwo Safo, the name of the car had been carefully chosen to designate the vehicle’s function and make-up.

In the Akan language, “Odeneho” literally means independent, therefore the car does not rely on a combustion engine to move, but an electric motor powered by rechargeable batteries. The batteries can either be recharged with electricity or solar energy.

An undercover investigation revealed to us that very soon the company would be releasing an upgraded module of the car. This time, it would not be a saloon car but a four wheel drive. Also, the car has been upgraded with new features to ensure comfortability and durability. The reason for these non-engine cars is to save fuel needed for engine combustion and channel it towards industrial use.

This is by far the development made by Technology In Ghana(TIGH) on non-engine cars produced by Apostle Dr. Kwadwo Safo, who continues to be a citadel of hope for the black African. The man has continuously inspired the black man to appreciate the fact that he is capable, through his technological works; the works in which “Odeneho” was brought forth.
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By:
Akwasi Safo
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University of Ghana

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4 Comments

  1. He is doing great work…I have plans on doing business wih him…I believe soon enough…Great job hope of Africa..

  2. I like this, but instead of producing a 4×4 which will be more expensive, can we improve upon this and produce and sell more to the low income earners? This way more resources can be generated for improvements. I think we should also look into equipments like block moulding machines, concrete mixers etc which can compete effectively with those coming from Asia. I wish the Govt could come to support this good gesture. May God richly bless you.

    1. He has already built all these equipments. the 16 capacity block moulding machine, the concrete mixers, lawn mower, the maize husk peel and pack machine, just to mention a few

  3. we cant wait to see this transformation in Ghana. we wish you well, charllenges are not barriers our nation NEEDS you be strong.

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