uniBank (Ghana) Limited has acquired two brand new Kantanka vehicles to facilitate the bank’s operations.
The indigenous bank said its decision to purchase the vehicles was to support and promote made-in-Ghana products.
At a handing over ceremony at the Head Office Annex, Kokomlemle, Christian Otu-Appah, Head, Consumer and Asset Finance, explained the need for Ghanaians to support indigenous products and services.
“Once we all embrace made-in-Ghana products, we could become a power house like China,” Out-Appah said.
The General Manager of the Kantanka Automobile Company, Francis Kojo Kujoji, expressed his pleasure in uniBank’s decision to purchase the two vehicles. He encouraged other businesses and industry players to follow the example of uniBank.
The two vehicles, Ɔnantefoɔ, a Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) and Ɔmama, a Double Cabin Pick-up, are fitted with modern specifications that meet international standards with leather seats, a five-speed manual transmission, an inbuilt reverse camera and a reverse caution voice system.