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Leonardo Foundation Honors Former Black Stars Players in a Grand Charity Event

In a heartwarming tribute to Ghana’s football heroes, the Leonardo Foundation, a respected non-profit organization based in Ghana, recently organized a charity match with former players of the renowned Black Stars football team.

This event was not just a celebration of the sport, but a heartfelt recognition of the selfless dedication and service these players offered to their nation.

Mr. Leonard Akoto, the visionary founder of the Leonardo Foundation, shared his heartfelt commitment to this initiative. He emphasized that this would be an enduring project, aimed at paying homage to players who have contributed significantly to their nation through the beautiful game of football. He also called upon corporate entities to join hands in celebrating these heroes who have proudly represented Ghana on the global football stage.

Excitingly, Mr. Akoto revealed that this heartwarming event would become an annual tradition. He urged the corporate world to participate actively in the celebration of Ghana’s football legacy. Furthermore, he announced that the eagerly awaited 2nd edition of this prestigious event was already in the works, with plans to hold it in April 2024. This promises to be another remarkable celebration of Ghana’s rich football heritage.

Adding an extra touch of glamour to the event, Mrs. Roberta Huppenbauer, the esteemed wife of Ghanaian business mogul Dr. Daniel Mckorley, had the privilege of presenting a well-deserved citation to former football sensation John Paintsil, known for his contributions during his tenures with Fulham, West Ham, and Leicester City.

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The event saw an illustrious turnout of football legends, including Kwame Ayew, Asamoah Gyan, Baffour Gyan, Kwadwo Asamoah, Samuel Inkoom, Haminu Dramani, CK Akonnor, Jerry Akaminko, Stephen Appiah, Don Bortey, Augustine Ahinful, Mohammed Gargo, Ali Jarrah, and the indomitable soccer maestro Abedi Ayew Pele. Their presence and support underscored the importance of the Leonardo Foundation’s noble mission.

This monumental occasion celebrated not only the achievements of these iconic football figures but also marked a historic milestone in Ghana’s sporting annals. The Leonardo Foundation’s unwavering commitment to perpetuating the tradition of honoring the nation’s football legends promises to inspire generations to come and solidify Ghana’s standing as a footballing powerhouse on the global stage.

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