Ghanaian winger Nana Ampomah donates to Dzorwulu Special School amid Coronavirus outbreak Featured
29 Mar

Ghanaian winger Nana Ampomah donates to Dzorwulu Special School amid Coronavirus outbreak

The German based Ghanaian footballer has extended his benevolent hand to the Dzorwulu Special School in Accra.
Ghana and Fortuna Düsseldorf winger has made an effort to combat the spread of the novel Coronavirus with a donation to the less-privileged people at the Dzorwulu Special School.
This comes barely 48 hours after the Black Stars winger donated health products to the Narh-Bita Hospital in Tema to help in the fight against Coronavirus.
Among the items donated are 5 bags of rice, 2 bags of salt, 2 bags of Sugar, 10 cartons of Bel Aquah drinking water, 5 boxes of Indomie Noodles, 2 cartons of Milo and 2 cartons of Milk.
To help protect the school against the deadly novel coronavirus, Nana Ampomah also donated 3 boxes of exotic hand sanitizers, 3 boxes of liquid antiseptic and 10 packs of toilet rolls.
The player’s manager Prince Yusif made the presentation on his behalf to the School in Accra earlier today.
Receiving the items, Frederick Tetteh, headmaster of the Dzorwulu Special School was thankful to the player and prayed for God's grace be festooned in his professional career as he climbs up the ladder of association football.
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