Kantanka Automobile has denied knowledge and responsibility for a social media post that offered to gift a vehicle to a Twitter user if he garnered 30,000 retweets on a post about the brand
Disclaimer: Kantanka Automobile @KantankaAuto wish to inform the general public about this post circulating on social media is a hoax. Kantanka Automobile @KantankaAuto will not be responsible for any liability on the part of the public should this Disclamer be ignored. pic.twitter.com/LGzwiHyZ1r— Kantanka Automobile (@KantankaAuto) February 28, 2019
"Disclaimer: Kantanka Automobile @KantankaAuto wish to inform the general public about this post circulating on social media is a hoax. Kantanka Automobile @KantankaAuto will not be responsible for any liability on the part of the public should this Disclaimer be ignored," a Tweet by the official Kantanka Automobile account said.
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A Twitter user (@godfather_gh) real name: Jude Osei, in May last year sent out a tweet to an account with the handle @Kantanka_daily asking the number of retweets which could win him a vehicle.
Hello guys this is my first time asking for your support I’m really tired of walking our very own @kantanka__daily #kantankaautomobile has offered to help with a #kantankamensah for 30k rts.God bless you for your rt🙏🏽 pic.twitter.com/iNWRmUMEF7— GG KANTANKA BOY 19 GH🇬🇭 (@godfather_gh) May 16, 2018
After some deliberations, the said account agreed that 30,000 retweets could land him a car.
After achieving his goal today, Osei has reached out to the @Kantanka-daily account but they are still yet to respond.
After sharing screenshots of the conversation on Twitter, netizens got wind of the matter and Kantanka is currently the top trend on Ghana Twitter.
Osei, a construction worker based in the Ashanti region told the Graphic Online in a telephone interview that he was still considering his options but irrespective of the outcome, he is grateful that he helped promote a Ghanaian brand to the world.
Narrating what motivated him to reach out to the company on Twitter last year, he said it was in the aftermath of the company launching it's Mensah brand.
Osei, 28, said at the time, the brand was being trolled for being too similar to the Toyota Sonata but he liked the look of it.
He said he believed the account was genuine because, after a cursory search on Twitter, he found that it had the most followers among all the Kantanka accounts.
"Initially, they asked for 50,000 retweets but we agreed on 30,000," Osei narrated to the Graphic Online.
Read the best tweets on the incident below;