In the wake of the wildfire-like spread of the novel coronavirus, football icons have demonstrated their magnanimity in various folds.
Nimble footed Black Stars widemam Samuel Owusu is the latest to join a growing list of players giving back to the society in the wake of COVID-19.
The pink-lipped winger, who turned 24 today, has donated 120 cartons of hand sanitizers to the Ghana Football Association to fight against the global pandemic.
The donation will see clubs in the Women’s Premier League among other leagues under the football association benefit from this gesture.
Meanwhile, the president of the republic His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo-Addo has ordered the lockdown of some parts of the country described as epicenters of the virus – Accra, Kasoa, Tema and Kumasi.
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