Let's try Kantanka armoured bullion van - Guru advocates following the recent death of Policeman

Let's try Kantanka armoured bullion van - Guru advocates following the recent death of Policeman

  • Kantanka Automobile has received major support for its upcoming armoured bullion van
  • In a post on Facebook, musician Guru encouraged Ghanaian banks to make use of the vehicle when it is available
  • On Wednesday, June 16, 2021, Kwadwo Safo Jnr, the CEO of the company announced plans to unveil the bullion van, adding that it is safe

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Award-winning artiste, Guru has shown his backing for the soon-to-be outdoored bullion van by Kantanka Automobile led by Kwadwo Safo Jnr, the company's Chief Executive Officer.

In a post on Facebook, the musician encouraged Ghanaian banks "to try" the vehicle made in Ghana by a Ghanaian-owned company.

Let's try Kantanka armoured bullion van; Guru advocates following robbery
Let's try Kantanka armoured bullion van; Guru advocates following robbery. Photo source: Instagram (@Gurunkz)
Source: Instagram

"Let’s try made in Ghana Kantanka Automobiles," reads the caption of the post that showed a screenshot of the Kantanka bullion van.

His comment comes after Safo shared a photo of the vehicle set to be released at an undisclosed time by Kantanka Automobile.

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It was in response to the shooting and death of Emmanuel Osei, a policeman who was killed by armed robbers whilst guarding a Nissan Buillion van with registration number GT 8592 owned by Montran.

"@KantankaAuto Armored bullion vehicle. Your money is SECURED with this. The service personnel is SAFE with this," reads the statement by Safo.

In other news, Stonebwoy has shared a revealing insight into his days as a Tema Methodist Day Senior High student.

Speaking in an interview with Rev. Erskine on Y 107.9 FM's Leaderboard series, he disclosed that people in the community he grew up in thought he was learning to be a mechanic.

Stonebwoy has previously spoken about how he was crippled in the leg after he was involved in an accident at age 13.

Recounting the experience further in the new interview on YFM, the dancehall musician shared how many did not know he was actually schooling, all because he dressed differently from his colleagues at the time.

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