Every Ghanaian would be happy seeing all the institutions in the country working effectively to improve the standard of living of the people. And for that matter the Government and every Ghanaian is doing everything possible to make it a reality. Kantanka Automobile is known in the country for producing cars to serve Ghanaians using the resources obtained in the country.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Kantanka Automobile has earlier today handed over eighty five Kantanka 'Omama' cars to the National Identification Authority (NIA) across the country. From a video sighted by MartinezTV saw the cars been driven to the National Identification Authority (NIA) headquarters in Accra. A representative speaking to the media took the opportunity to thank the Kantanka Automobile for their kind gesture towards them.
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This is what a lot of Ghanaians are expecting from people who has been raised to turn back and look at the society with the little help they can offer. What many Ghanaians are expecting is that, the National Identification Authority (NIA) would be able to use the cars for its purpose and keep a proper maintenance in order for these cars to last longer. Ghana is for all of us and if there is the need to help the country, it is better we do so because what you would be doing today will support someone tomorrow. Big thank you to the Kantanka Automobile for this kind gesture. We say 'Ayekoo'. Big ups to Ghkwaku for transpiring this video across the social media platform.
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