The Kantanka Automobile Manufacturing company has honoured Ghana’s late President Professor John Evan’s Attah Mills with a new vehicle model has been named after him.
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The vehicle which is a luxury tricycle saloon car has been named Obengfo, which translates from the Twi Language to Professor. Obengfo was the title most Ghanaians addressed the late professor by.
Obengfo Attah Mills died on July 24th, 2012 at the 37 Military Hospital after being taken ill, purportedly suffering from throat cancer.
This honour will immortalize the man many called the man of peace who stood against many corrupt institutions in Ghana and helped transformed Ghana within the short period that he was president.
The Kantanka Automobile manufacturing company is a Ghanaian owned vehicle manufacturing company which produces and assembles its brand of Kantanka range of vehicles in the country.
It’s founder, Apostle Ing. Dr. Kwadwo Safo Kantanka is an innovator of International repute having led most of the product development himself with his God given talent.
They manufacture a range of products including vehicles, TV Sets, Amplifiers, Engines, Sound systems, Military equipment among a wide range of other technologies.
Kantanka Automobile is seen as the premier Technological firm leading Ghana’s Technology and Innovation transformation. Earlier this year Government granted the firm 10years tax break to help the company better compete in the local market with other renowned and established International vehicle manufacturers like Nissan, Volkswagen, Mercedes, Toyota, Ford, KIA and the other major industry players.
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Some of their car models include Mensah, Onantefo, Odeneho. The firm also has a school for Science and Technology where it equips young people with skills and knowledge to help them better their lives and further push the national agenda of transformation from a Technology consumer country to a producer.
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Source: nsemwoha.com | Joseph Naah-Yerreh