By Nji Nelson Chefor
Sports Writer, kick442.com Cameroon.
Ghana International midfielder, Kwadwo Asamoah has donated the sum of $20,000 to the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital in Ghana towards the COVID-19 pandemic fight in the country.
According to the player who is currently in Italy, the donation is his contribution to the fight against this global pandemic which has brought sporting activities across the globe to a halt.
The cheque was presented April 14th 2020 by Kwadwo Asamoah’s father.
Asamoah who hails from the Ashanti Region believed it was appropriate to make donation to the region he grew up in.
Kwadwo Asamoah is arguably one of Ghana’s finest players in the last decade, playing for big sides such as Juventus and Inter Milan in that period.
He has also featured prominently for the Black Stars in the last few years. He has however been forced in and out of the national team due to injuries.
Ghana has so far recorded 636 cases of the coronavirus with 8 people confirmed dead from the disease.
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