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It appears Ghanaian international superstar, Dede Ayew, has been doing a lot of charity works at the blind side of Ghanaians.
Perhaps, he doesn’t like to ‘make noise’ of his good deeds to the community.
Well, his younger sister, Imani Ayew, has shared a photo of an Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Centre that the Swansea City star built for the natives of Paga, in the Northern Region.
Sharing a photo of the school on her Instagram stories, Imani wrote: “@andreayew10 always for the people! in our village. Built in 2009.
Below is a photo of the school that was build 11 years ago:
Imani is really having fun after paying a visit to their village. She shared photos after paying visit to the famous Paga Crocodile Pond.
Check out a couple of the photos below:
She also shared a photo of a man rocking a ‘A. Ayew’ customized jersey:
Dede Ayew has been helping people in the North with his charity works for sometime now.
A shred of evidence is how he supported them during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The captain of the national team donated 4,000 items to residents of Tamale in the Northern region to help prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus in the region.
The items included Veronica buckets , antiseptic soaps, and hand sanitizers.
They were distributed among residents as well as to heads of lorry stations, market centers and some chiefs in Tamale.
The donation was made by Abdul Razak (DJ Carlos) on behalf of the captain of the Ghana National male soccer side.
According to Razak , Ayew realized that most people in the north are deprived and could not afford items that could help them protect themselves from the Covid-19 virus, hence the support .
“ We are planning to send face masks and other items in the coming days to very deprived communities in the north as part of our campaign to help prevent COVID-19, ” said Razak.
He however, encouraged Ghanaians to adhere to the advise from President Akufo-Addo and the Ghana Health Service(GHS) to stay safe from the pandemic.
Razak used the platform to educate residents on the need to wash their hands frequently and adhere to social distancing.