The Bright Addae Foundation, owned by the former U-20 world cup winner Bright Addae, as part of diversifying their revenue generation has customized goalkeeper’s gloves to be sold as a way to support the operations of the Foundation, according to Dickson Boadi.

Speaking to the administrator of the Foundation, Mr. Dickson Boadi, highlighted that the gloves will be sold to generate revenue to help assist the Foundation’s operations.

“Even though the Afro-Arab Group and its Chairman Alhaji Salamu Amadu are supporting us to cater for the needy we also have to do something because it is written that heaven helps those who help themselves” Mr. Dickson posited.

Dickson Boadi, on behalf of the Bright Addae Foundation expressed his profound gratitude to the Afro-Arab Group Chairman Alhaji Salamu Amadu, Dr. K.K Peprah of KK Peprah Roofing Company Limited, Serena Camela, Mubarak Wakaso just to mention a few.

“Bright Addae and Alhaji Salamu cannot take all the burden alone,” he stressed.

“So as part of ensuring the Bright Addae Foundation gets money in our coffers management of the Foundation decided to customize goalkeepers gloves from Italy to be sold in Ghana to serve as additional revenue to help in the running of the day to day activities of the Foundation.”

The Bright Addae Foundation is a non-profit organisation that started operations in 2016.

“So far with the help of personalities and corporate entities like the Afro-Arab Group of companies, Serena Camela, KK Peprah Roofing Company Limited have help donate to needy, widows and widowers in Assin Fosu and The Ghana Skatesoccer Association among others.”

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