Germany based Ghanaian winger David Atanga has donated items like sanitizers, liquid soap, gloves and masks to the people of Bolgatanga.
The beneficiaries were Nampo chief, Tonga Raana chief palace, Tinzug chief palace, Afrikid Medical centre Maternity Home, Mother of Mercy Babies Home and Somey Sonku Youth Base all in Bolgatanga.
The player donated to support the less fortunate and vulnerable in the community where he grew up.
Ghana national U-20 team assistant coach Salifu Fatawu led a team to distribute the items on behalf of the professional player.
According to David, it is good to give than to receive and there are more blessings when you give than to receive.
The player who was born in Bolgatanga says he can’t forget his people and Ghanaian in the situation of conovarius
David Atanga’s gesture to his community is part of an annual donation that he has been doing to help his native communities where he grew up.
He joins the list of Ghanaian footballers who have supported their communities during coronavirus pandemic.
The former national under 20 player now plays for Holstein Kiel in Germany.