GhPageNewsA splendid look inside Kantanka's 40ft aeroplane car he launched

A splendid look inside Kantanka’s 40ft aeroplane car he launched

Kantanka Automobile yesterday 29th December 2019 at the 39th Technological Exhibition at the Apostle Safo School of Art and Science unveiled a new invention.

Apostle Dr. Kwadwo Safo Kantanka, the founder launched a car shaped and designed as an airplane but walks on land.

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The car plane which painted red with the logo of Kantanka Automobile boldly displayed at its tail is 40 feet long.

The inside of the aeroplane car looks absolutely stunning and designed just like the first-class section of an airplane.

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It has a female pilot and super stunning ‘land” hostesses who got everyone at the launching ceremony shouting with joy.

The event was graced by the Vice President of the Republic of Ghana, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia and other high profiled personalities.

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The theme for the exhibition was ‘Enhancing Sustainable Technology, Organic Agriculture and Culture, the Pathway to Development’

Check out the full video from Ghpage TV on YouTube below

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The launch has received mixed reactions from Ghanaians. Some sections of Ghanaians believe Kantanka Automobile should concentrate on building smaller cars that the ordinary Ghanaian can afford.

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Others, however, think it’s awesome and Kantanka should continue inventing the vehicles it prefers because irrespective of what it builds/assemble, Ghanaians will still complain that they are expensive.

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