- He disclosed that he has created over 200 jobs for Ghanaians
- He has again produced a world boxing champion, Emmanuel Tagoe, through Baby Jet promotions
- Various dignitaries such as the minister of sports, Isaac Asiamah, and former president Rawlings, were present to grace the occasion.
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According to the skipper of the national football team, the Black Stars, Asamoah Gyan, he has spent over $5m on several charity projects in Ghana.
He disclosed this, when the $250, 000 artificial turf, which he funded its construction for his Alma – mater, Accra Academy Senior High School, was commissioned.
Gyan disclosed that his foundation has developed a number of projects, and as such over 200 jobs have been created for Ghanaians.
He added that his foundation has again restored the water pumping system at Wenchi, in the Brong – Ahafo region, as well as a mechanized borehole, which has been installed at Hohoe.
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The skipper added that equipment have also been donated to several hospitals and clinics in the country. Also, students have been supported via scholarships to various levels of education.
It does not end there. The ace footballer, through his company, Baby Jet Promotions, has produced a world champion in boxing, Emmanuel “Game Boy” Tagoe.
He concluded by admitting that though he may not be the best talent on the football field, he hopes that other sportsmen better than hem, would have the opportunity to improve on their skills through his efforts.
The ceremony attracted dignitaries such as the minister of youth and sports, Isaac Asiamah and former president Jerry John Rawlings.
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