The Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) is set to present a Kantanka K71 model to the best Gospel musician as part of the group’s prize for winning the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) Gospel Music Artistes of the Year.
The Union’s President Bice Osei Kuffour aka Obour led a MUSIGA delegation which included the Union’s Administrator Rev Fiifi Khan Agyarkwa and a member of the MUSIGA Communications team Celestine Donkor along with Lord Bondzie-Amissah of No Tribe the Gospel Artistes of the Year to visit the automobile manufacturing company to choose the model of the vehicle to be presented to No Tribe. The car prize is sponsored by Midland Savings and Loans.
The delegation toured the motor assembling line where the vehicles are assembled and engaged in discussions with the management of the Kantanka car manufacturers led by Kojo Safo Kantanka, son of the founder of the Kristo Asafo Mission.
During the visit, the representatives of No Tribe requested some specifications to be added to the vehicle. These specifications will enhance the durability and the aesthetics of the vehicle. According to the engineers, the Kantanka K71 model can be assembled in approximately four hours.
The company has also manufactured the Kantanka Onantewfo which has been on the road for about two and half years. The Kantanka Automobile Company is a local company established in 1971 by Apostle Doctor Safo Kantanka the leader and founder of the Kristo Asafo Reformed Church. Currently the company exports its vehicles to Niger and Mali and are bidding for the supply of vehicles to the Ghana Police Service.