26.9 C
Accra
Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Partey donates branded face masks to Ghanaians

Must Read

CHARJ: Stakeholders discuss Amendment Bill on preventing torture

By Justine Mensah A stakeholder engagement to amend Act 485, which establishes the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice,...

Your Business Activities could worsen Climate Change- EPA Ghana Boss

By Oforiwa Darko Business activities could possibly cause direct environmental impact when carried out within host communities and indirect environmental...

New ways of power generation take center stage at 2022 Women in Energy Conference in Accra

By Dominic Hlodzi and Mabel Annang For a successful clean energy transition, gender diversity and the broad participation of women...

Arsenal midfielder Thomas Partey has supplied his own branded face masks to help fight the spread of COVID-19 in his homeland of Ghana.

The 27-year-old, who joined the Gunners from Atletico Madrid for £45 million on transfer deadline day, donated the masks across towns in Ghana including Tema, Ashaiman and Odumase Krobo.

This follows an earlier donation of masks Partey made seven months ago in the Eastern Region and Greater Accra region areas of the West African country, with homeless children, taxi drivers, young footballers and many others the beneficiaries of Partey’s generous donation.

Partey’s charitable endeavor’s have also seen him cover the wages of the Spanish fourth division club he part owns, Alcobendas Sport, in order for them to survive the economic consequences of the coronavirus pandemic and avoid a bailout from the Spanish government.

football. London was told by a source close to the player that Partey ‘believes that every stakeholder has a role to play in combating the deadly virus’, which has seen over 50,000 cases and more than 300 deaths in Ghana alone.

According to the vice captain of Ghana’s senior national team, ‘everybody must be protected from the virus and wearing the face mask is one of the important means towards this global battle’.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Latest News

CHARJ: Stakeholders discuss Amendment Bill on preventing torture

By Justine Mensah A stakeholder engagement to amend Act 485, which establishes the Commission on Human Rights and Administrative Justice,...

Your Business Activities could worsen Climate Change- EPA Ghana Boss

By Oforiwa Darko Business activities could possibly cause direct environmental impact when carried out within host communities and indirect environmental impact through supply chains. Experts also...

New ways of power generation take center stage at 2022 Women in Energy Conference in Accra

By Dominic Hlodzi and Mabel Annang For a successful clean energy transition, gender diversity and the broad participation of women in the energy sector are...

Manhyia Hospital Incidence; Alex Opoku Apologises

By Emmanuel Oti Acheampong Mr. Alex Opoku Mensah, the Ashanti Regional Director for the National Service Secretariat, has taken to his Facebook page to apologize...

The Good And Bad Of “Gold For Oil” Policy Depends On Implementation Frame Work- Energy Analyst

By: John Guamah Energy Analyst, Benjamin Nsiah has asserted that the feasibility of government's "Gold for Oil" policy statement depends on the implementation frameworks. The batar...

More Articles Like This