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Black Stars winger Samuel Owusu donates to Orphans in Elmina ahead of Sudan clash Featured

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Ghana winger Samuel Owusu early today donated items worth thousands of cedis to the Living Hope Orphanage in Elmina.


Owusu extended his kind gesture to the Elmina based Orphanage home as part of his philanthropist project dubbed 'Owusu project' aimed at helping the needy and underprivileged in the society.

Items donated by the Al Ahli pacey attacker includes bags of rice, cooking oil, assorted drinks, biscuits, toiletries and PPEs to fight Coronavirus such as Hand Sanitizers, nose masks and Veronica buckets.
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The presentation was made by the Chief Executive Officer of Owusu Project, Patrick Akoto on behalf of the Black Stars winger in Elmina today.
Receiving the items, the management of the Living Hope Orphanage expressed their gratitude to the Saudi Arabian based footballer for putting back smiles on the faces of the deserted kids.
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Owusu has made several donations to underprivileged people in the West African country — he donated books and other educational materials to kids in Adenta Amrahia as well as the Effiduase L/A Primary and Junior High School in the Ashanti region last year.
Through the Owusu project, 125 cartons of hand sanitizers were donated to the Ghana Football Association in a bide to combat the novel Coronavirus on his 24th birthday
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