Over 500 Kantanka vehicles procured for ministries and agencies– Kwadwo Safo

Over 500 Kantanka vehicles procured for ministries and agencies– Kwadwo Safo

- Kwadwo Safo Kantanka Junior has revealed that the Akufo-Addo government has procured over 500 of their vehicles for various ministries and agencies.

-According to him, most of the cars were purchased for the agriculture and trade ministries

- He also acknowledged the Mahama administration for purchasing vehicles from the company

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The Chief Executive Officer of Kantanka motors, Kwadwo Safo Kantanka Junior, has revealed that the Akufo-Addo government has procured over 500 of their vehicles for various ministries and agencies.

According to Kwadwo Safo, most of the cars were purchased for the Agriculture and Trade ministries.

Speaking in an interview with Starr FM, the Kantanka CEO praised Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta for having confidence in their cars and using one himself.

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The company, he said, intends to produce electric cars by the end of 2019.

“By the end of this year, Kantanka will build electric cars that could travel between Accra to Kumasi before recharge. We intend to do that before this year ends."

He also acknowledged that the erstwhile Mahama administration, saying they purchased some cars from the company.

“Under the Mahama administration, the late Vice President purchased and used some of our cars. But under this government a lot more has been acquired, they have bought about 500 of our cars for the trade and Agric ministries,” he said.

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In other news, President of the Association of Magistrates and Judges of Ghana (AMJG), Justice Senyo Dzamefe, is pushing for better working conditions for its members.

According to him, members want an increment in salary and be spared the trouble of joining long queues when applying for a visa to other countries.

Speaking at the 39th Annual General Meeting of the Association of Magistrates and Judges of Ghana, he lamented that their salaries were not the best and narrated how one justice of the supreme court was made to queue for long hours before getting served in a public place.

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