- Kelvin Odartey, the 18-year-old JHS student who made a car's design has been remanufactured by Kantanka Vehicles
- Safo Kantanka Jnr, the CEO of the car-manufacturing company, shared a photo of the car under construction and mentioned that it is called the Akofena
- Although not fully confirmed, it is believed that Kantanka Automobile is making the new model in partnership with the young genius
Kantanka Automobile, led by the CEO of Kantanka Group of Companies, Kwadwo Safo Jnr, has manufactured a new car model called Kantanka Akofena
In a post sighted by Briefly.co.za on the personal Twitter handle of the CEO, he posted a photo of the car that was still being worked on at the factory.
The Akofena, as shown by the image, took the same shape and form of the car that was manufactured by Kelvin Odartey, a young 18-year-old boy in junior high school.
See the post below:
As would be recalled, a video of the 18-year-old Junior High School (JHS) graduate who built a car with scraps went viral on social media weeks ago and after which got the chance to bag a scholarship from Kwadwo Safo Junior.
The boy who caught the admiration of many on social media was said to have driven the self-made car to the examination centre to write his final paper.
Although it is not fully confirmed, it is believed that Kantanka Automobile is manufacturing the new model in partnership with the young boy.
In other news, a local woman recently headed to Facebook to share how helping people ended being a big blessing for her. Taking to Facebook's ImStaying, Ngonidzashe Chikwape Mudzamiri explained how she had made the decision to offer two elderly people a ride, one of whom was an old lady.
"I decided to stop. Put on my hazards, made a huge U-turn, it was pouring like nobody's business, cars were hooting, fast forward... Went outside took the lady's bag... Threw it in my car and I asked them to get into the car. The woman was like 'Haiii we are wet and muddy, we are going to make your car dirty', I said to them no worries."
Ngonidzashe then goes on to explain how the touched gogo was so taken aback by her kind-heartedness that she promised to pray that she may get a car as big as her heart. Which she soon did, much to her amazement.
Enjoyed reading our story? Download BRIEFLY's news app on Google Play now and stay up-to-date with major South African news!