The Vice President, Paa Kwesi Amissah-Arthur has taken delivery of two Kantanka vehicles.
The second gentleman of the land took delivery of the vehicles at the company’s factory at Gomoa Mpota, yesterday, Tuesday July 12, 2016.
Public Relations Officer (PRO) of the Kantanka Group, Owusu Bempah confirmed on Adom FM’s Morning Show, ‘Dwaso Nsem’ Wednesday that the Vice President drove into their factory and bought the vehicles.
He was said to have had a test drive in the Kantanka Omama vehicle prior to the purchase. The purchase was in fulfillment of a promise he made to the Kantanka Group of Companies.
Vice President with CEO of Kantanka Group
"When I met car maker Kwadwo Safo today, I told him that I am expecting to take delivery of three of his vehicles that I have placed an order for...," the Vice President announced on his Facebook wall on May 24, 2016.
According to Owusu Bempah, the Vice President drove off one of the vehicles himself after the purchase.
He further announced that the company now has three types of the vehicles available on the market - Kantanka Onantefour, Omama and Min-SUV.
The Onantefour cost GHC 89,000 while the Omana goes for GHC 75,000 and the Mini-SUV goes for 65,000.
He entreated Ghanaians to purchase the vehicles since there are trained mechanics who can help fix them when they develop faults.
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