According to the Economist Magazine, the new scramble for Africa is now being led by a new generation of Africans determined to make a difference through technological innovations and the development of enterprise and markets.
Many pan-Africanists believe development on the African continent can only be achieved by Africans in partnerships with countries and investors who also believe in this quest for change.
It is for this reason that Nana Amo Kantinkrau has decided to contribute his quota to the development of Ghana by helping to tell the African story particularly that of Ghana in the positive light.
According to Nana Kantinkrau, his dream is to help revamp the society where people can be able to fend for themselves and be financially independent.
This is the more reason why he continues to call on investors and other well-meaning individuals who can afford, to come out in their numbers to change the narrative of most Ghanaians by assisting in making sure the less endowed are not left out in the socio-economic activities in the society.
Nana Amo Kantinkrau, known in private life as Mr James Carl Kennedy, has been in Ghana since 1999 and has been making a lot of business progress for his KnB Company Ghana.
The company is into the production of floor cleaners, liquid soap, bleach, hand sanitizers, hardware, transport, restaurants and many more.
On the philanthropic front, Nana Kantinkrau’s company, KnB spearheaded in Ghana by an innovative young man, Williams Aboagye, has furnished the Hwidiem Methodist School computer laboratory with ten modern computers.
Through Mr Aboagye’s instrumentality, the school can now boast of 30-litre Polytank for storage of water.
The company also painted the various blocks of the school as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility.
Nana Kantinkrau and his KnB Company have also been supporting less endowed parents financially to purchase uniforms, textbooks among other learning materials for their wards.
Nana Kantinkrau believes developing nations cannot thrive in the global economy without a global-collective mindset and is, therefore, appealing to investors to turn to Africa particularly Ghana to transact business in order to create a sustainable upward trajectory in Africa’s economic growth.
He also believes that most African leaders are now throwing their nets wider and increasingly courting entrepreneurs and the private sector in general for partnerships in development.
KnB Company envisages opening up its tentacles in Ghana to recruit more people particularly the youth in order for them to also enjoy a decent living.