As an advocate for sustainable practices and global warming, the heir apparent to the throne of England took his tony Aston Martin Volante, the car he started driving since he turned 21 to the engineers to convert the fuel type which was patrol to something more environmentally friendly.
The engineers did their best to change from patrol to white wine which we call in Ghana as akpeteshie. According to the Prince, the scent produced by his converted car smells so sweet and works better than most of the regular cars.
As I was writing, I was also thinking how Ghanaians would have reacted if our own Safo Kantanka decided to make something of this sort. I know very sure that he would have been criticized to the highest level but when it is made by a white man, it is highly patronized. What are we doing to ourselves as a nation. Why do we pull our own down and lift what does not belongs to us? Let's change our attitude and move the country forward. Support your own.
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