Former Black Stars midfielder, Kevin-Prince Boating has donated sixteen thousand Cedis (GH¢16,000) to families of eight young footballers of African Vision Academy from Offinso in the Ashanti Region who perished in a gory accident on 19th September 2020.
The monies were presented to the families of the deceased youngsters at the Offinso Municipal Assembly on Saturday 31st October 2020.
A representative of Boateng from Accra presented two thousand Cedis (GH¢2,000) each to the eight bereaved families.
A rep of Kevin-Prince Boateng handing over monies to one of the beneficiaries. Photo Source: Joy Sports.
The former Tottenham attacker offered to help after the unfortunate incident claimed the lives of young footballers who were returning from a registration exercise at Afrancho in Kumasi.
Boating, 33, who now plays for A.C Monza in Italy also promised to help the surviving footballers from the accident.
On his party, MCE for the area, Solomon Jessi thanked the former Ghana international for his act of kindness.
The beneficiaries also heaped praises on Boateng for his generosity and prayed for him to succeed in his endeavours.
Meanwhile, present at the ceremony was Nana Osei-Bediako, who represented Chief of the area Nana Wiafi Akenten II.
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