Kantanka listens to cries of Ghanaians, starts production of compact cars

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Ghanaian car manufacturing company, Kantanka Automobile has started producing compact cars after Ghanaians called on them to do so.

This follows several backlashes from a section of Ghanaians who compared the prices of locally assembled vehicles like VW to that of Kantanka.

According to them, Kantanka only focused on producing luxury vehicles at exorbitant prices without focusing on the middle-class, thereby making the automobile company have a poor market share in the country.

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The clarion call, therefore, was for Kantanka to produce smaller cars at affordable prices for the average Ghanaian, so that Kantanka could increase their market share in local automobile industry, and also boost the use of locally manufactured vehicles over imported ones.

The Chief Executive Officer of Kantanka Automobile, Kwadwo Safo Jnr said the company listened to the cry of Ghanaians and has therefore started producing smaller cars.

Taking to his Twitter handle to announce the new steps taken by his company, Kwadwo Safo Jnr shared a photo of the new cars they are producing.

He posted,

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