Founder and leader of the Kristo Asafo Mission Church, Apostle Kojo Safo, has manufactured and unveiled a military armored car.
In addition to the armored car, the already known inventor and manufacturer unveiled a military kit.
At the 38th Annual Technological Exhibition where church members and invited guests were gathered, Apostle Kojo Safo unveiled the armored car and the kit.
In relation to the new armored car, he said that it will be awesome if the Ghana army and other African countries can use the car and kit.
He said the armored car and military kit was safe and strong and can be compared to similar equipment around the world since it was made of metal.
"If we are going to war and we wear these military kits and use this armored car, who can overpower us?" he quizzed.
"This is all done by me Kwadwo Safo. I have all the metals that I used here but our leaders go out there to buy from others." he added.
The exhibition, which was on the theme: “Advancing the frontiers of science, creativity and technology through religion to transform society”, was graced by the Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II.
Other dignitaries, including the Senior Minister, Mr Yaw Osafo-Maafo; the Minister of Environment, Science, Technology and Innovation, Professor Kwabena Frimpong-Boateng; Members of Parliament, representatives of the various security agencies and traditional leaders were present.
Aside the military kit, he also unveiled military weapons, exoskeletons, saloon cars, a customized limousine, a V8 engine block and stabilizers.
This is not the first time Apostle Kwadwo Safo is inventing or manufacturing an equipment here in Ghana.
Over the years, the man of God has manufactured cars, milling machine, grinding machine and other equipment.
His Kantanka cars are currently on sale in Ghana with a lot of people calling on individuals and government to support the Apostle by purchasing his brand of cars.
The Apostle who is also a commercial farmer at the ceremony called on individuals, companies and government to support his works.
He noted that if the necessary support is given him, he will be able to manufacture a lot of the equipment that Ghana imports from China and other countries.