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Ghanaian entrepreneur outdoors newly assembled heavy duty trucks

By Joy Business

A Ghanaian entrepreneur has outdoored newly assembled heavy duty vehicles in Ghana.

The initiative is the Wontumi Griffon Series made up of heavy duty vehicles assembled in Ghana for various purposes.

First of its kind in Ghana, the trucks are designed to meet the industrial needs of the nation.

The Wontumi series is made up of trucks for construction, agriculture and waste management and comes with hydraulic dumping system designed for self tipping purpose.

Thirty-six year old Bernard Antwi Boasiako who is behind the Hansol Assembly Company told Joy Business he is committed to using locally acquired knowledge to produce the needed machinery for national development.

“We assembled all these in Ghana. It's is only Ghanaians who can build Ghana,” he said, challenging all others who have left the shores of the country for greener pastures to return home to help develop the country.

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