Prince Harry praises Ghanaian WWII old soldier, 95, who walked 14 miles to raise COVID-19 funds

Prince Harry praises Ghanaian WWII old soldier, 95, who walked 14 miles to raise COVID-19 funds

- 95-year-old Ghanaian World War II veteran by name Private Joseph Hammond has been hailed by Prince Harry of the British Royal Family

- Prince Harry was highly impressed that at his age, Hammond would walk 14-miles to raise money to support the fight against COVID-19

- Hammond raised a total of £18,000 (GHC 130k) to support frontline workers and vulnerable veterans in Africa

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Prince Harry, a member of the British Royal Family and the younger son of Prince Charles, the Prince of Wales and Lady Diana, has applauded 95-year-old Private Joseph Hammond a World War II veteran.

In a report published by the CNN, and sighted by YEN.com.gh, Prince Harry indicated in a letter that the Ghanaian old soldier brought a huge smile to his face with his heroic action.

It would be recalled that Hammond raised £18,000 (GHC 130k) to support frontline workers and vulnerable veterans in Africa as his contribution towards the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.

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Prince Harry praises Ghanaian WWII old solider, 95, who walked 14 miles to raise COVID-19 funds
Source: UGC
Source: UGC

Starting from his home at Osu, the retired military officer walked for two miles daily and went through areas such as the Bloombar, Danquah Circle and the Osu Oxford Street, completing 14 miles in seven days to raise the money.

"Even at '95 years young' I imagine it was not an easy task," the renowned prince wrote in the letter to Hammond. He further added that:

"Given the service and selflessness you have demonstrated throughout your life, it does not surprise me that you would take on a challenge such as this and that you wanted to walk even more miles. It is amazing!"

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In a separate report, Berla Mundi, a popular Ghanaian TV personality, radio host, founder of B.YOU, public relations consultant and CEO of Mundi Media Network has dropped photos of mom.

The breathtaking photos of the celebrity's mother were shared by Berla herself as she celebrated the mom's birthdays in a post sighted by YEN.com.gh.

It is now clear where the beautiful Berla Mundi who has actually been crowned a runner-up for Miss Malaika, one of the most renowned beauty pageants in Ghana, got all her stunning looks from.

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