Former arsenal and manchester united forwad danny welbeck has donated relief items worth 10,000 towards towards reducing the impact of the coronavirus pandemic in Atwima Nwabiagya municipality of the Ghana.
Aunt of the Watford player, Charlotte Adwoa Tumutuom made the distribution on behalf the striker who joined a list of players having extended a hand since the outbreak of the covid-19 pandemic in the West African country.
Personal protective equipment (PPE) were donated to the Nkawie Government Hospital in the Ashanti Region.
Residents in the Atwima Nwabiagya municipality, hometown of Welbeck’s mother also received sanitizers, food stuffs, and some sanitary items.
Danny Welbeck despite representing England at the international level, the player born to Ghanaian parents in London maintains strong ties with the West African country where he last visited in 2017.
He has scored 16 times in 42 appearances for the Three Lions since his debut in 2011.