- His intention is to prove to the world that Ghana is capable of manufacturing cars
- He drove over 7000 km from France to Ghana
News of a Ghanaian who drove from France to Ghana left many people excited about his feat.
It appears Nicholas Afedi Donkor isn’t satisfied with his unique achievement; he is desirous of driving a Kantanka, a locally manufactured car manufactured by Apostle Dr. Kwadwo Safo.
Using his BMW 7, Donkor is reported to have covered over 7km during the journey, connecting from France, through Morroco, then to Mali, to Burkina Faso, and finally to Ghana.
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His objectives, according to him, were to set a world record, and then consequently leave a good legacy for his children to follow.
He claims he enjoys challenging himself, especially with regard to driving.
He has expressed his desire to drive a Kantanka vehicle on his return journey, to prove to the world that Ghana is capable of manufacturing good cars.
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