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Covid-19: Turkish based Joseph Attamah Larweh donates to two orphanages

Turkish based Ghanaian versatile defender on Wednesday donated assorted drinks, toiletries, healthcare materials to orphanage homes in Accra through his foundation JLA in order to help fight pandemic Covid-19 which has been described a deadly virus and as a result many people have lost their lives.

The former Tema Youth player was represented by his team from the JLA Foundation as they represented the items to the Rhema Children’s Home in Tema and New Life Children’s Home in Nungua respectively.

Eric Mends, PRO for the foundation spoke to after the donation ‘’ On behalf of Joseph Attamah Larweh and the foundation, we are all aware of the current happenings in the country and that it is very necessary to extend our hand to the less privileged. ‘’These items will help you fight the Covid-19. I want to urge you all to follow the safety measure , that is washing your hands under running water, use of hand sanitizers, also we should take care of our health and also stay indoors when we have nowhere to go’’  he further stated.

Present at the presentation was one of Ghana’s favorite comedians SDK and TV personality Amanda Gyasi.

Joseph Attamah who currently plays for tier two side Fatih Karagümrük was in support of the  and he was grateful for the gesture.

By: Linus Siaw Nartey

Twitter: @linus_siaw

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