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Coronavirus in Ghana: Black Stars midfielder Attamah Larweh donates to two Orphanage homes in Tema

Published on: 26 March 2020

Turkey-based Ghana midfielder Joseph Attamah Larweh has extended his benevolence by donating to the less privileged who have been greatly affected by coronavirus pandemic.

The fast-rising of coronavirus cases left the country in difficult and desolate time as many businesses are functioning properly. Ghana has confirmed 68 cases with three deaths.

The Black Stars player made donations to two orphanages through his Not for Profit organization known as the JLA Foundation.

He was represented by his team at the JLA foundation as they presented the items to the orphans.

Among the items, donated include health and first aid kits, non-alcoholic beverages, toiletries, soaps etc.

The team first made a presentation at the Rerma Tema Children’s home inside community 11 while the second donation was made at the New Life Children’s Home at Nungua.

Larweh is stuck in Turkey with no football as the coronavirus has led to the suspension of the second-tier league.


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