- Popular inventor in Ghana, Safo Kantanka, has come out with another groundbreaking innovation
- This time, Kantanka has made a vehicle that speaks to its users
- A video of a test drive shows the car talking in one of Ghana's popular languages
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Kantanka Automobiles has made a new car that is able to talk to drivers, passengers and other road users, giving them simple instructions.
Celebritiesbuzz.com reports that the instructions mostly include safety tips that the users must abide by for their own safety.
A video of a test drive has popped up online which has shown the vehicle reversing and giving strict directives to the road users that may be behind.
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It is interesting how there were not only instructions but also explanations and words of motivation that inspire the respective individual to take the necessary actions.
In this particular instance, the car was speaking to people who might be behind the vehicle as it was reversing.
The vehicle instructed in Twi that, "move back, move back, I am coming". It continued in a funny way to say, "don't think you have insurance and keep standing in the way"
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Perhaps one key factor of the innovation for which Kantanka Automobiles must be applauded is the fact that the car speaks a language that is understood by most Ghanaians.
Watch video below:
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