Asante Kotoko wonder-kid Mathew Anim Cudjoe has donated health products namely hand sanitizers, gloves, etc to the Civil Service Polyclinic in Accra to help combat Coronavirus pandemic.
Ghana has recorded 141 cases of Coronavirus with five deaths, while two have recovered and the President of the Republic Nana Akufo-Addo has announced that there will be a partial lockdown on Monday in Accra and Kumasi which are the two cities that have been hit hard by the outbreak
There have been calls for celebrities and other well-meaning people in society to contribute their quota by donating cash and items to support the exercise.
Mathew Anim Cudjoe, the 16-year-old attacking midfielder for Asante Kotoko has responded by donating gloves, hand sanitizers and other health products to Civil Service Polyclinic and they are expected to contribute to Ghana’s effort to fight Covid-19 outbreak, especially at the moment that several health facilities have complained of lack of PPEs to help them in the fight against Coronavirus.
Anim Cudjoe was accompanied by his manager Samuel Anim Addo.
Mathew Anim Addo in his first season with Asante Kotoko has emerged himself as fans favourite. He has been influential in Kotoko’s play whenever given the opportunity by Maxwell Konadu