Kantanka Motors' chief executive officer has committed to deal with the employees who were responsible for the company's failure to take advantage of the opportunity to include one of the Kantanka cars in the voyage from Accra to London.
"Heads will roll," the CEO of Kantanka promises to deal with employees over the missed flight from London to Accra.
In a statement that went viral about the historic road trip from Accra to London, the 10,000KM by-road tourists attempted to partner with the Ghanaian vehicle manufacturing industry but were unsuccessful in their efforts.
"Being a huge fan of Kantanka Automobile, it makes me feel a little bit down when I read from the expedition men that they intended to add Kantanka brand cars to the fleet of cars for the Accra-London drive, but Kantanka Management didn't even honour the scheduled meeting. I was really hoping that they would." According to the comment, the BBC and social media outlets would have used a different headline, perhaps something along the lines of "MADE IN GHANA KANTANKA BRAND LEADS FLEET OF CARS FOR ACCRA-LONDON."
The widely shared opinion of the journey from Accra to London
In response to the comment that went viral, the Chief Executive Officer of Kantanka Motors, Kwadwo Safo Kantanka Jr., has stated that he was not notified of the intention of the Wanderlust Group to collaborate with Kantanka Motors, who drove from Accra to London by road.