- The CEO of Kantanka Automobile, Kwadwo Safo Junior, has demonstrated how the new small cars being manufactured actually operate
- The vehicle is electric, which means, for the first time in Ghana, many drivers will not have to worry about fuel prices or oil changes on their vehicles
- According to Kwadwo Safo, the Kantanka Amoanimah will be very useful for students and many taxi drivers
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Kwadwo Safo Junior, the CEO of the Kantanka Group of Companies, has released a video demonstrating how its new brand of Uber-like cars actually work.
In footage sighted by YEN.com.gh on the personal Twitter handle of Kwadwo Safo Junior, the CEO took a video inside the small car that reportedly make little to no noise when in motion.
Once the car got started by one of the mechanics at the company named Sowa in the video, it simply started moving smoothly with no further manipulations with the hand.
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Watch the video below:
According to the renowned Ghanaian CEO, the cars are particularly useful for students and drivers who are badly affected by the price hikes in fuel and oils used in automobiles.
He also added that the small brand of Kantanka cars will be perfect for those who like to sneak in and out of places because they produce very little sound.
Although the particular car that was used for the demonstration was yet to be finished, the video truly proves that the vehicle will be very convenient for many Ghanaians.
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In an earlier report, Kwadwo Safo Junior released videos showing how its new brand of Uber-like cars were 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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