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COVID-19: Ghana striker Majeed Waris makes donation of hand sanitizers to the people of Lamashegu

Published on: 29 March 2020

Ghana striker Abdul Majeed Waris through his MajeedWaris Foundation have made donations of hand sanitizers and liquid soaps to the people of Lamashegu in the Northern Region.

The Strasbourg attacker, who hails from the little town in the Northern part of Ghana, made the donation as part of his effort to help fight the deadly Coronavirus.

Ghana has seen increasing cases of the COVID-19 in the last few days prompting top stars like Waris, Asamoah Gyan and Samuel Owusu to join the fight to help curb the crisis.

“Due to the safety precaution, Majeedwaris foundation have donated hundreds of hand sanitizers and liquid soap to the assemble man in Lamashegu to help educate and prevent the spread of the virus,” the striker posted on his twitter handle.

The sanitizers and liquid soaps will be distributed to households in the Lamashegu community.

Majeed Waris recently joined Strasbourg on loan from Portuguese giants FC Porto and has already made a mark at the club, winning the player of the month in February.

The French League has however been suspended due to the Coronavirus.



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