Black Stars Midfielder, Thomas Teye Partey has recently donated branded nose masks to some native Ghanaians.
This heartfelt effort by the 27 year old is to help fight and prevent the deadly Corona virus from spreading in Ghana.
The Arsenal Midfielder distributed the branded nose masks in Tema, Ashiaman and his hometown, Odumase Krobo.
More of the people he made his donations to are young footballers, taxi drivers and the homeless.
During these COVID-19 difficult times, Partey’s charity donations to people have increased and he has proved how worthy he is.
This is the latest donation among several ones he has already made to the people.
He has tried as much as possible to keep it low and not publicize it in order to keep it out of public gaze.
Thomas Teye Partey is a Ghanaian professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Premier League club Arsenal. He doubles as the vice-captain of the Ghana national team, the Black Stars.
Partey, formerly of Spanish side Athletics Madrid is likely to make an injury return in Arsenal’s trip to play Leeds United.
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