Renowned Ghanaian prolific actor widely known as Akwasi Boadi, popularly known in the acting circles as Akrobeto, three years ago bought for himself a brand new Kantanka Mensah car, to also help and push his god Father Apostle Prof. Emeritus Dr Ing. Kwadwo Safo works to the world.
Akrobeto who bought the Kantanka saloon car to mark his 56th birthday in May 2018, made it known that, his decision to purchase the Kantanka vehicle was simply to support the local manufacturer and encourage him do more.
In a video already circulating on Social Media on Ebo Safo TV on YouTube, was seen the legendary actor telling the world, his experience with the Kantanka Car after three years of its Usage.
According to him, although he had lot of cars, he ignored using all of them, and decided to use the only vehicle from the Kantanka Company.
“It’s three years now, and I still feel very proud using the Kantanka Mensah Car, I have not had any major issue with the car ever since I started using it, the only thing I work on the car is said to be the routine service of oil, filter and brake pads change”, he said.
He continued that, it’s about time Ghanaians change their negative perceptions about the Kantanka cars that it’s not durable. “The car is still solid on the road, and has not regretted purchasing it”.
Akrobeto also urged other Ghanaians to patronize made in Ghana. He also indicated that he intends to use the car to prove to Ghanaians that they need to believe in their own because the black man is also capable.
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