- The CEO of Kantanka Group, Safo Kantanka Jr, has released videos showing how the new Uber-like cars are being manufactured
- Along with the videos, Safo Kantanka reveals the name of the small car is Kantanka Amoanimah
- In the videos, the staff of the car-manufacturing company are seen making manual fixes on different parts of the car
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Kwadwo Safo Junior, the CEO of the Kantanka Group of Companies, has released videos showing how its new brand of Uber-like cars are being made at the factory.
Along with the videos sighted by YEN.com.gh on the personal Twitter handle of Kwadwo Safo, the renowned CEO indicates that the new cars are named Kantanka Amoanimah.
In the first footage, the workers are seen manually fixing different parts of the car doors while the car is very much in its 'skeletal' stage.
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In the second video, the car is already beginning to look great and the staff who were dressed in red are seen making some connections on the dashboard.
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Watch the video below:
Many people would have thought that the making of Kantanka's cars is a highly automated process, but it appears to be manual for the most part.
For a long time, Ghanaians have complained that Kantanka's vehicles are not made for the everyday Ghanaian, but with the advent of these Kantanka Amoanimah cars that has largely been addressed.
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Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that Kantanka Automobile, a local car manufacturing company, released a new model of car named the Omama which is a beautiful 4x4 pickup vehicle.
Kwadwo Safo Jnr, the CEO of the Kantanka Group of companies under which the Ghanaian automobile company is a subsidiary, revealed this on his Twitter handle.
Apart from the stunning exterior design of the Omama, she is also stuffed with amazing features on the dashboard and has stirred up reactions among Ghanaians on Twitter.
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