We have sold over 1,000 cars since 2017; gov’t should patronize us - Kantanka
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We have sold over 1,000 cars since 2017; gov’t should patronize us - Kantanka

- Kantanka Automobile Company Limited is reminding the state of its promise to support them to expand their production line

- Since 2017, the company has produced and sold over 1000 cars

- The sales and Marketing Executive of Kantanka Automobile Company Limited, Ebo Safo Kantanka called on people to make an effort to make Kantanka grow.

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Ghana’s sole local carmaker, Kantanka Automobile, is reminding the state of its promise to support them to expand their production line.

The company which has produced and sold over 1,000 cars since 2017, wants government to intensify its support by persuading public institutions to patronize its vehicles.

Speaking to Citi Business News, the sales and Marketing Executive of Kantanka Automobile Company Limited, Ebo Safo Kantanka called on people to make an effort to make Kantanka grow.

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“... it must be a law for every municipal assembly or government institution to start buying from Kantanka so that this company will grow.
It will be sad if in five years’ time Kantanka automobile will be no more. So let’s help Kantanka to grow,” he said.

The sales and marketing executive said expansion works were ongoing at the company’s factory at Gomoa Mpota in the Central Region, to produce more cars to meet the growing demand.

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In other news, the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has threatened to declare its won results in the upcoming presidential and parliamentary results if the Electoral Commission does not rescind its decision to compile a new voters' register.

Addressing the media in Accra, the Minority Leader in Ghana’s Parliament, Haruna Iddrisu quizzed why the EC wants to change a register that was used to elect President Akufo-Addo.

“Isn’t it the same voters’ register that made Akufo-Addo the President? Why are they saying the register is outdated? Should we then question the legitimacy of President Akufo Addo?… We’re committed to peaceful elections, but we will not accept the fraudulent results," he said.

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