Kwesi Appiah donates to widows ahead of Uganda clash
The Black Stars coach who wants divine intervention as he seeks to propel Ghana to the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia has taken to charity.
As an indigenous coach who is blessed with the Black Stars coaching job he is always willing to give back to the society and he expressed it last weekend visiting the widows and widowers in a less privileged suburb in Accra.
He donated items such as bags of rice, boxes of oil and mineral water and just to mention but a few.
Kwesi Appiah stated that giving has been a lifestyle for him, yet he has been doing his philanthropical works in the Ashanti Region, but he has taken it up to the capital city.
"This is something that has been on my heart, to support widows and I’ll be doing this from time to time. I’ve been doing similar things in the Brong Ahafo region, but this is my first time here and I won’t end it now."
Secretary of the Widows and Widowers Foundation, Abdul Razak Issah was glad to see Appiah donate to members of the foundation, saying "we are very grateful for this kind gesture. The coach has put smiles on the faces of the widows."
Ghana would have to beat Uganda in Kampala, while looking forward to seeing Congo hold Egypt to a draw ahead of the final day of the qualifiers against group E leaders Egypt at home to decide their faith.
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