- 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 previously of the car under construction and mentioned that it is called the Akofena
- The fully-completed versions of the car have been spotted at the recent end-of-year exhibition by Kantanka Automobile
Kantanka Automobile, led by the CEO of Kantanka Group of Companies, Kwadwo Safo Jnr, has manufactured a new car model called Kantanka Akofena.
As part of the end-of-year exhibition by the indigenous Ghanaian company, the fully-completed version of the Akofena was spotted at the event.
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 photos of the different versions below:
This report has got many people talking on social media regarding the relevance of practical knowledge in Ghana instead of rote learning and others.
Yeboah Benjamin conjectured that the story proves that the Black man is capable of rewriting her story.
Richard Ohene Agyei stated that the scholarship secretariat in Ghana is unable to prioritize properly as the likes of the JHS genius never get any.
Andy Zuth used the popular Maths and Science Quiz to as a case in point to explain that Ghana needs an overhauling of its educational system.
In another interesting report, former captain of the Black Stars, Asamoah Gyan, has been given an interesting surprise by a die-hard fan of his that he got to meet just recently.
In the video sighted on the verified Instagram handle of Gyan, the fan explained that the motive behind his gesture was to bless the football star a little, the former captain has been known for many charity works.
The gentleman went into his pocked whilst Gyan recorded the footage, and brought out a 100-dollar note which he handed over to Asamoah Gyan.
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Source: Briefly News