Internal features of 18-year-old car manufacturer's Kantanka Akofena

Internal features of 18-year-old car manufacturer's Kantanka Akofena

- A video showing the internal and external features of the Kantanka Akofena has been made public by the Kantanka CEO

- The Akofena is the car originally manufactured by an 18-year-old boy called Kelvin Odartey that was remade by Kantanka Automobile

- It is hoped that the commercial gains that would be made from Kelvin Odartey's invention will benefit the ingenious young man significantly

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Kwadwo Safo Kantanka Jr, the CEO of Kantanka Group of Companies, has released a close-range video of the newly-made Kantanka Akofena that was invented in Ghana.

In the post sighted by YEN.com.gh on his personal Twitter page, Kwadwo Safo for the first time showed both internal and external features of the car that has been trending on social media in Ghana for some time.

As YEN.com.gh previously reported, the car was manufactured by Kelvin Odartey, an 18-year-old junior high school (JHS) graduate who produced the brand with scraps and other materials.

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Internal Features of 18-year-old car manufacturer's Kantanka Akofena

Internal Features of 18-year-old car manufacturer's Kantanka Akofena Credit: @kwadwosafo_jnr
Source: Twitter

Kelvin Odartey's ingenious production went viral on social media and caught the attention of Kwadwo Safo who decided to work with the young man.

The boy particularly caught the admiration of many on social media as he was reported to have driven the self-made car to the examination centre to write his final examination paper.

Although it is not fully confirmed, it is hoped that the commercial gains that would be made from Kelvin Odartey's invention will benefit the ingenious young man significantly.

Watch the video below:

In another captivating report about young achievers in Ghana, some students and young graduates from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) have developed an amazing fire detector.

In a short documentary on the device sighted by YEN.com.gh on the YouTube channel of Citi News, the leader of the group called Stephen Boakye Frimpong indicated that the gadget is called a Smart Fire Alert.

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The device is mounted at vantage points in facilities so that it is able to get access to smoke whenever there is an incident of fire in the structure.

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