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Abou six men pushed the ¢100,000 estimated worth of Kantanka's 73rd Birthday Cake. See photos


Apostle Prof. Kwadwo Safo Kantanka is a well known Ghanaian preacher, scientist, entrepreneur, philanthropist and the founder of Kristo Asafo Church (Christ Reformed Church). He is one of the most brilliant and innovative professors in Ghana and he is also the first African to receive the Nobel Prize for Physics.

His inventions have also made him the only Ghanaian automobile engineer due to modern vehicles, tools and weapons, which has earned him an aptly reputation as a great multi-dimensional scientist.

He was born on 29th August, 1948. Celebrating his birthday yesterday, he turned 73 years old.

He is married to Zainab Bonkano (Oheneyere Akosua Safo), with two renowned children. His daughter is a well-known Ghanaian politician and the current Member of Parliament for Dome Kwabenya constituency in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana. Hon. Adela Sarfo is also a lawyer professionally.

His son Kwadwo Sarfo Jnr, is currently the CEO of Kantanka Automobile company.

Celebrating his birthday yesterday, he had a big party which had many other celebrities gracing the occasion.

The cake used caught the attention of everyone, which got netizens talking about it due to its huge size.

Photo credit: zionfelix

This huge cake, which was beautifully designed as a map of Africa, with Ghana map at the base of it. This cake is estimated to have cost a whooping ¢100,000. On the day of celebration, about six men were captured pushing the cake towards the centre of the occasion.

Photo credit: zionfelix

The Founder and Leader of the Kristo Asafo Church, and also the main brain behind Kantanka Automobile marked his 73rd birthday in a grand style.

He also appreciated those who surprised him with smaller sized cakes to grace the occasion.

See below photos from the event:

Photos credit: zionfelix

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