Red Bull Salzburg midfielder Majeed Ashimeru has donated assorted items to support the Eid-ul-Fitr celebrations in his community back home in Ghana.
The items include bags of rice, gallons of cooking oil and 300 flock of chickens worth over GH¢35,000
The 22-year-old wants it to be distributed to households in the Nima-441 neighbourhood in Accra.
''I know this year's Ramadan has been unique for my people especially the elderly as so I want them to have fun as much as they can in my small way. As a people, we pray Allah accepts our prayers and improve our lives,'' Ashimeru told GHANASoccernet.com
Ashimeru's philanthropic works this year started in April when he distributed bags of rice, cooking oil and hand sanitizers to residents during coronavirus lockdown period.
He followed it up during the month of Ramadan, by giving out groceries including beverages, tin of milk, sugar and fruits.
Ashimeru was a popular kid in his community because of his football skills before he got scouted by WAFA at age 12.
He is currently preparing to return to action with Red Bull Salzburg XI in the Austrian Bundesliga.
Before football activities were put on hold due to the global pandemic, scored two goals in 14 league appearances for Jesse Marsch's side.