AMAZING: AFRICA’S FIRST ELECTRIC CAR MADE IN GHANA!! {WATCH VIDEO}

AMAZING: AFRICA’S FIRST ELECTRIC CAR MADE IN GHANA!! {WATCH VIDEO}. Kantanka Odeneho is a five-passenger seating four-wheel drive (4WD) without an internal combustion engine. It runs on a total prime over power of 144V DC been generated by 12 accumulators. There are two charging systems for the car- an external charging system and an internal charging system. The internal charging system uses an extra accumulator to power an invertor and the invertor simultaneously charges the 12 batteries while the car is accelerating. The internal charging is manual and can be switched on or off when the car is in motion. The external charging system uses 144V which makes it suitable for




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OKYENHENE BUYS KANTANKA SUV

OKYENHENE BUYS KANTANKA SUV. The Okyenhene, Osagyefuo Amoatia Ofori Panin II, has acquired a Kantanka SUV manufactured by Kantanka Automobile Company at a cost of GH¢150,000. The vehicle was handed over to Osagyefuo at Kyebi on Monday . After inspecting the vehicle, the Okyenhene expressed confidence in the Ghanaian car manufacturing company and urged the government to patronise the vehicles for all its institutions in the country to encourage the company. The Okyenhene suggested to the government to patronise goods manufactured in the country. He said this would not strengthen industry but also serve as an avenue for the employment of the teeming youth in the country most of whom




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10 YEARS OF ON-STREET PARKING IN KUMASI: STAKEHOLDERS QUESTION CONGESTION

10 YEARS OF ON-STREET PARKING IN KUMASI: STAKEHOLDERS QUESTION CONGESTION. City authorities in Kumasi, the Ashanti Region capital, rake in a daily revenue of GHS5,000 from motorists who park their vehicles in the central business district. This figure reflects an increase from an initial 50 pesewas per slot three years ago to GHS1 currently charged motorists who decide to park at any of the 1,278 parking spaces available. The on-street pay parking introduced by the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA) in 2006 was meant to decongest the city centre, but that may not have happened a decade later. The accredited collection agency, Gold Street Real Estate Company, which made 1.8 million Ghana Cedis in




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