- Ghanaian innovator and technologist, Apostle Safo Kantanka, has unveiled a new vehicle designed in the shape of an aeroplane
- The 40-feet 'aeroplane' car was manufactured by Kantanka Automobile Limited
- The company unveiled the Kantanka 'aeroplane' car and other luxury vehicles at an exhibition in Accra on December 29, 2019
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Native Ghanaian car maker, Kantanka Automobile, has unveiled a 40-feet vehicle built in the shape of an aeroplane at the company’s 39th Technological Exhibition at the Apostle Safo School of Art and Science (ASSAS) at Awoshie Last Stop.
Kantanka Automobile Limited showcased its new stretch vehicle designed in the form of an aeroplane, minus the wings, on Sunday, December 29, 2019.
This further demonstrates the strides Kantanka Automobile has chalked as an indigenous car making company in the country.
''Enhancing Sustainable Technology, Organic Agriculture and Culture, the Pathway to Development'' was the theme for the 2019 exhibition.
A series of activities lasting seven days for the technological fair kicked off from the December 23 till the big day, which saw the showcasing of a 40-feet vehicle on December, 29 2019.
YEN.com.gh has sighted photos and videos of the huge vehicle captured during the exhibition which have been making rounds on social media.
Ghana's vice-president, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia and other prominent personalities graced the event.
Watch video below shared by Twitter user, Eugene Nyavor.
Ghanaian traditional dancers gracefully own the 'adowa' dance.
Technology is the backbone of every country and by this, Kantanka Automobile, continues to affirm that Ghana is capable of coming up with technology-oriented solutions to address the country’s problems.
In other stories, YEN.com.gh reported the lives of a 22-year-old expectant mother, Fiakeye Jennifer Etsa and her unborn baby, were saved in a commercial vehicle at Atorkor in the Anlo District of the Volta Region following the timely intervention of a young midwife.
Citinewsroom.com reports that the midwife, Faith Lebene Vibah, a past student of Tamale Nurses and Midwives Training College, was on her way from Adutor to Akatsi, all in the Volta Region, when she forsook her journey after she sighted people looking helpless around the pregnant woman in a parked sprinter bus at Dabala junction.
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