By Benjamin Ankomah-Appiah
Football Writer, kick442.com-Ghana.
Black Stars defender and defensive midfielder Joseph Attamah Larweh has donated items to the people of Tema Newtown and its environs through his JAL foundation.
Joseph was accompanied by his wife Lydia Attamah as they donated food items such as bags of rice, eggs, oil and cash to some of the residents of his native town.
The Instanbul Basaksehir player who is currently on loan at Fatih Karagumruk, still in Turkey, has consider the hardship that the global pandemic has brought to the people of Tema New Town and has duly paid his dues.
The 25-year-old accra native began his career at Tema Youth Academy in 2011 before moving to Turkey where he has played for three clubs since his arrival in 2014.
The ex Ghana Under 20 international won nine caps for the youth national team and has played for the Black Stars on four occasions.
This is one of the many benevolent gestures by some Black Stars Players.
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