- Osei Nyame is a professional auto mechanic at Abbosey-Okai
- Together with his team, they transform old cars to luxurious vehicles
- In a recent interview, Nyame takes Kofi TV through the process as they transform a G Wagon to its new version
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Ghanaians are generally known to be innovative people and mechanics at Abbosey-Okai are championing this narrative with their ingenuity.
The highly-skilled professionals at the Accra-based auto mechanic site are transforming old cars to new ones.
One of such talented men using his skillset to remodel cars is Osei Nyame. He transforms old and raggedy-looking cars into luxurious vehicles.
Speaking in an interview with Kofi TV about how he goes about the innovation, Osei Nyame reveals that he purchases new parts for those latest versions of the particular car model being transformed.
Nyame then fixes the new headlights, front grille, front guard, and other parts. According to him, he makes the changes depending on the interior of the car he's working on.
In the video, Nyame takes Kofi TV through the process as he transforms a G Wagon to its new version.
Watch the video below.
In another story, the CEO of Hubtel, Alex Bram, has made history as he became the first customer to drive a Volkswagen (VW) car assembled in Ghana.
In a post on social media, the lead of the overall development and execution of Hubtel’s long term strategy expressed his excitement about being the first client to acquire a Ghanaian VW car.
Earlier in 2020, YEN.com.gh reported that Volkswagen Ghana had successfully assembled Ghana’s first-ever domestically made VW Tiguan (Highline Plus) cars at the North Industrial Area in Accra.
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