29 Apr

John Boye donates to widows and widowers of Teshie Mangoase amid Coronavirus outbreak

The France based Ghanaian footballer donated items worth millions of cedis to the people of his hometown.
 
 
Ghana defender John Boye has donated food and other items to widows and widowers of Teshie Mangoase following the outbreak of Coronavirus.
 
According to the 33-year-old, he can’t forget his people and Ghanaians in this situation of Coronavirus.
 
The donation took place at Teshie, The Spirit of Angel Church located at Teshie Mangoase.
 
The items includes bags of rice, cooking oil, drinks, bottled mineral water, cartons of milo, crate of eggs, milk and toiletries.
 
Boye started his career at Schwepps’ youth Academy, where he was featured alongside Mohammed Iddi, he later moved to Pro Consult Sports Academy and Miracle FC.
 
Currently, he is plying his trade with French Ligue 1 side FC Metz.
 
Boye has six goals in his 67 appearances for the senior national of Ghana.
 
 
By: Richmond K Entsie
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