The son of the late John Evans Fiifi Atta Mills has donated Gh¢ 20,000 to Hearts of Oak following their Ghana Premier League triumph.
Sam Kofi Atta Mills presented Gh¢ 20,000 to the hierarchy of the club.
Hearts of Oak ended their 12 years trophy jinx in the just ended Ghana Premier League season under Samuel Boadu.
The Phobians were crowned champions with a game to end the season.
Sam Kofi Atta Mills made the presentation to the one-time CAF Champions League winners on his late dad's birthday.
Board member of Hearts of Oak, Nyaho Tamakloe received the donation on behalf of the club and expressed his gratitude to the son of late President Evans Fiifi Atta Mills for the kind gesture.
Until the demise of John Evans Fiifi Atta Mills, who was a former President for the Republic, he was a shareholder of the club.
Hearts of Oak meanwhile will represent the country in the 2021/22 Caf Champions League next season.