From the looks of things, English Premier League side, Arsenal FC star, Danny Welbeck has plans to leave a mark on Ghana during his holiday visit to his native country.
Rumors circulating on social media had it that the Ghanaian star was in the country to enjoy a vacation with his family, but it seems the "baller" has more plans for his stay.
Confirming that he was in Ghana via his Twitter page, Danny Welbeck, tweeted a photo of a school he and his family built at Nkawie.
The 26-year-old tweeted, "Proud of my mother & St Andrew's Church Droylsden, Manchester for donations towards building St Paul's Sunshine Pre-School in Nkawie GH ".
Nkawie is a small town and is the capital of Atwima Nwabiagya district, a district in the Ashanti Region of Ghana.
In the image that accompanied the tweet, Welbeck is seen posing for a picture with some students supposedly of the institution and a lady.
The footballer thanks his mother, Elizabeth Welbeck and religious outfit, St Andrew's Church Droylsden of Manchester, UK for the contributions toward the building of the school.
The St. Andrew Church in Droylsden is part of the Church of England Diocese of Manchester according to the website of the mother church.
Welbeck is expect to return to Arsenal for pre-season activities.
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