Sarkodie has chosen to prove his patriotism level by purchasing a made-in-Ghana car.
The rapper, after visiting the edifice of the Kantanka Automobile Company, said it was an eye-opener for him.
After embarking on series of tests and gaining confidence in the Kantanka brand, Sarkodie tagged Ghanaians including himself as hypocrites for failing to patronise Kantanka cars.
“The innovative inventions by the Legend Apostle Sarfo Kantanka will blow your mind … I left the place speechless and with a lot of guilt … We producing all these in my country but we not too proud to support it but would kill to give BMW the license to operate and dominate Our territory!”
He has purchased one of the cars and urged his fellow musicians to toe the line.
This isn’t the first time Sarkodie has advocated Kantanka as he earlier queried why the government isn’t giving aid to support the brand.
Sarkodie gave this long caption to his video:
““My visit to @kantankaautomobile was an eye opener!!! Thanks @kwadwosafo_jnr for the invite … We all hypocrites (myself included) but the good news is, it’s never been our fault it was programmed for us to be like that. But it’s never too late! We just got to be aware and wake up!!! The innovative inventions by the Legend Apostle Sarfo Kantanka will blow your mind … I left the place speechless and with a lot of guilt … We producing all these in my country but we not too proud to support it but would kill to give BMW the license to operate and dominate Our territory! It’s just a matter of time Africa is blessed!! Please go on the net, read and watch all about ‘Kantanka’ Anyways I just ordered my first Kantanka Automobile … #blackexcellence.”
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