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Player Fatau Mohammed Donates to Obuasi Government Hospital

Fatau Mohammed, a footballer at Al Kuwait Sporting Club in Kuwait has donated a 40 inches flat screen Led TV and seven cartons of voltic mineral water for use at the Maternity Unit of the Obuasi Government Hospital.

Fatau Mohammed, who is also a member of The Gain Initiative, a philanthropic organisation in obuasi, said giving back to the society that brought him up is just one of the ways to show appreciation to the society.

Dr. Lord Francis Loglo in a letter addressed to the player, thanked in for the kind gesture and assured him of the good use of the present.

Fatau Mohammed has played for Gaziantepspor in Turkey, Udinese in Italy, Granada, Almeria and Rayo Vallecano, all in Spain and Al Qadasiya in Saudi Arabia. He is 25 years and now playing for Al Kuwait Sporting Club.

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