- Kwadwo Safo Jnr has finally met the 18-year-old Junior High School graduate who assembled his own car
- He lauded Kelvin for his invention and creation
- Kwadwo Safo said he would shoulder all of Kelvin's expenses in the secondary school
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The Chief Executive Officer of Kantanka Automobile, Kwadwo Safo Jnr has finally met the 18-year-old Junior High School graduate who assembled his own car.
The young CEO met the whiz-kid together with his mother and CEO of GUBA, Dentaa Amoateng.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the CEO of Kantanka said Kelvin should be brought to him for him to be mentored.
He lauded Kelvin for his invention and creation and revealed to his mother that, he would shoulder all of Kelvin's expenses in the secondary school.
Kwadwo Safo revealed that he intends on working on a design similar to that of Kelvin's and would love to have Kelvin on that particular project.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Kantanka Automobile, Kwadwo Safo Jnr has offered to be a mentor to the young Junior High School (JHS) graduate who 'invented' a Lamborghini-like car himself.
Kwadwo Safo stated that he is optimistic that the assistance from his outfit will help the young man achieve his dreams.
He said he together with his staff will be more than willing to give any form of support to Kelvin Kruchang.
“The boy [Kelvin Kruchang] needs a lot of mentoring and we at Kantanka are willing to teach him,” he noted.
He indicated that Kelvin is a “born handmade crafter” and that the best place for him to nurture his talent is with Kantanka.
Kwadwo Safo Jnr also stated that Kantanka Automobile would soon embark on a nationwide talent hunt for kids like Kelvin to strengthen Ghana’s automobile industry.
Meanwhile, mother of the 18-year-old BECE graduate, Madam Abigail Pabi has spoken about her son's talent and early beginnings.
According to her, she used to prophesized on her children including Kelvin, while they were in her womb and asked God to me them great people in society.
The mother of the young creative said she it was her wish for her kids to go into the field of medicine but they took to arts which to her, was the divinely selected.
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