OH GOD! President Obama Orders Thousand Kantanka SUV’s For US Military But Apostle Safo Refuses the Order Since He Can’t Meet the Deadline Because of Dumsor
In an exciting brochure, Kantanka Automobile with its headquarters in Ghana detailed the company’s new SUVs—with special details and capabilities of functioning extremely well under the roughness of weather conditions.
A copy of this brochure was made available to all the Embassies in Ghana, including the American Embassy.
The American Embassy which sends out a weekly report to President Obama in the White House added a copy of the brochure—telling Obama about Ghana’s new homemade SUVs by the country’s Michael Jackson, Apostle Safo Kantanka.
In support of Africa and to indicate to the world that Africa, in this case Ghana is rising—President Obama requested that instead of ordering their end of year SUVs from North Korea as they also do for the military, they should rather order thousand of Kantanka SUVs.
The US ambassador to Ghana-Gene A. Cretz, the son of Jimmy Carter, informed Apostle Safo Kantanka, founder of Kantanka Automobile which just went commercial about America’s order and the country’s readiness to build a long term relationship with his company.
What seems like great news and a real business opportunity for Kantanka Automobile to make huge profits from United State’s government has been turned down—the company says there is no way they can meet the deadline the US has set because of Ghana’s unending power crisis, affectionately called “Dumsor”.
Speaking to ScrewLife.Com, Apostle Safo Kantanka said; “it is exciting that President Obama asked the US military to order 1000 SUVs from us but it is sad we cannot take up this enviable contract because we won’t have electricity in this country to make the cars that fast.”
He added, “we were ready to employ about 500 Ghanaians to work on this order but where are we going to get electricity from?”
Ghana for many years has had power problems but in the last few years, it has become worse—several small and large scale companies have closed down and others have laid off their workers.
In spite of the countless layoffs, President Mahama said at the 2015 National May Day parade held at the Independence Square in Accra that smart companies are not laying workers off—sort of suggesting those doing so are dumb.
Kantanka Automobile should have been cashing in hugely on this but because of Dumsor, it has refused President Obama’s order—which in itself was just to help the company grow.
For us at ScrewLife.Com, we are even worried as to how Kantanka Automobile can keep up with whatever small of production it sets for itself considering the daily worsening power crisis in Ghana.