Ghana's No. 1

Kwadwo Asamoah appointed as UN ambassador to fight discrimination against refugees in Italy

Published on: 04 February 2020

Ghana and Inter Milan ace Kwadwo Asamoah has been appointed the UNHCR to help fight discrimination against refugees in Italy.

The former Juventus midfielder, has been playing in the European country since 2008 and is one of the few African players to have spent over a decate in Italy.

Having played for Torino, Udinese, Juventus and now Inter Milan, the midfielder will use his role as a superstar to help raise funds to support refugees in Italy.

Asamoah, 31, also appealed for support to help enroll young refugees in school to acquire some education.

"Proud to support UNHCR Italy. DONATE NOW to 45588. With only 2 euros we can guarantee a month of school to a child fleeing the war,' he posted on social media.

Asamoah is yet to kick the ball after picking up an injury in Inter's win against Brescia in October last year.


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