Coronavirus: Kotoko wonder-kid Mathew Anim Cudjoe donates to Civil Service Polyclinic

Coronavirus: Kotoko wonder-kid Mathew Anim Cudjoe donates to Civil Service Polyclinic

- Asante Kotoko wonder-kid Mathew Anim Cudjoe has donated health products and protective wears to help fight COVID-19

- The 16-year-old rising star gave hand sanitizers, gloves and more to the Civil Service Polyclinic in Accra

- He made the rather profound gesture in the company of his manager Samuel Anim Addo

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Asante Kotoko wonder-kid Mathew Anim Cudjoe has donated health products and protective equipment such as hand sanitizers, gloves and more to the Civil Service Polyclinic in Accra to help combat the coronavirus pandemic.

In a post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official Twitter handle of Ghana Sports Facts, it was stated categorically that the 16-year-old wonderboy made the massive donation in the company of his manager Samuel Anim Addo.

The donation by the rising football star has been very crucial especially at the moment that several health facilities have complained of lack of PPEs to help them in the fight against coronavirus.

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See video from the donation exercise below:

The donation exercise won the hearts of people online as they replied with very positive reactions. AJAASUMA #WHUFC said:

Since the start of his football career, the wonderboy has been performing so much 'magic' with his feet, endearing him to the hearts of many.

Mathew Anim Addo in his first season with Asante Kotoko has emerged himself as fans favourite. He has been influential in Kotoko's play whenever given the opportunity by coach Maxwell Konadu.

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In other amazing sports news, Crystal Palace and Black Stars striker Jordan Ayew has joined the popular #StayHomeChallenge with an amazing basketball goal scored with the foot in a display of pure talent.

The talented football icon shared the video sighted by YEN.com.gh on his official Instagram handle in what appeared as a casual bid to get rid of boredom. 28-year-old Jordan Ayew is the son of former Ghana captain Abedi Pele and brother of André Ayew.

Earlier, a video of the three Ayew brothers showing off their amazing skills together with a tissue roll surfaced and caused a great stir online.

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