Gerald Asamoah donates to Osu Orphanage

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Retired Ghanaian-born German former footballer Gerald Asamoah on Thursday extended his kind gesture to the Osu orphanage by donating to the children food stuffs and other assorted products.

The 39-year- old who played for Germany at the 2002 World Cup donated bags of rice, drinks, toiletries and other assorted products worth over 8,000 Cedis as part of his social responsibility.

He also owns a foundation called Gerald Asamoah foundation which he uses to help underprivileged and abandoned children in the country.

Speaking after the donation, Asamoah says the gesture forms part of his social responsibility to give back to society.

“I am a father of three and I love my kids because they are my world and so seeing these kids without parents is not easy so am privileged to be bless by God so I need to also give back “Asamoah told Starr Sports.

“We have been doing it together with my wife and we will keep doing it because I do it straight from my heart “he added.

Mrs Christiana Addo who received the items on behalf of the orphanage  also thanked the retired footballer and urged other to emulate his gesture.

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