- Emmanuel Agyemang has donated foodstuffs to the Ghanaian community of Udine in Italy to support them as they battle the outbreak of the coronavirus
- He also extended the donation to some other foreign nationals in Udine as part of his effort to support the less privilege amid the coronavirus
- This is to help Ghanaians based in Italy during the lockdown as the country battles with the pandemic
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Ghanaian international, Emmanuel Agyemang Badu has donated foodstuffs to the Ghanaian community of Udine in Italy to support them as they battle the outbreak of the coronavirus.
Emmanuel Agyemang Badu also extended the donation to some other foreign nationals in Udine as part of his effort to support the less privileged amid the coronavirus.
The donation was done through the Agyemang Badu Foundation with support from the Aseda foundation.
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The items given out included; packs of Spaghetti, bags rice, assorted drinks, crates of beer and boxes of oil among others.
This is to help Ghanaians based in Italy during the lockdown as the country battles with the pandemic.
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"So we contacted the Italian government you know how it works, then they gave us some of the items and after I got some of the African foods to add to it," Agyemang Badu said.
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"You know Udine is my second home because all of my career this is where I have been staying. And the people have been wonderful to me. Even last year when I got injured they were there for me so I guess it was time to say thank you," he added.
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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Emmanuel Agyemang Badu had opened up about some of the tragedies that he suffered between 2019 and 2020.
In August 2019, Emmanuel Agyemang Badu suffered a near-death experience when doctors found out that he had a blood clot in my lungs.
He was ruled out of the game for 3 months in order to recover fully.
When he thought he was finally out of the woods, he was hit by the tragic news of his sister's murder.
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