Ghana’s poster boy Mathew Anim Cudjoe has added another face to his talent pool with a philanthropic move to help curb the dreaded COVID 19.
The 16 year old prodigy is set to make mammoth donations to the front line nurses fighting Corona Virus across the country.
Having recently joined Asante Kotoko SC to cap a supersonic rise in stature on the rectangular pitch, the quick footed forward joined the endless list of footballers donating for the fight the dreaded virus.
Like many super stars, Mathew Anim Cudjoe, joined the global fight against the COVID 19 with sanitizers, hand gloves, nose masks, PPEs and other such items for the front line nurses.
The 16 year dribbling monster and his mangerial team will be making the donation on Thursday, March 26, 2020 as part of his support to the dreaded COVID 19 fight.
Ghana’s all time goal scorer, Asamoah Gyan, called on celebrities and other such figures to help in the fight since it is time for the endowed to give back to the society.
Mathew Anim Cudjoe popped up at the first edition of the Baby Jet U16 Tournament and has since evolved into one of the most sort after commodity on the football transfer market.