Manchester City Sierra Leone branch has boosted the Sierra Leone Amputee Football team with sporting equipments before their departure for the Cup of African Nations for Amputee Football (CANAF) in Accra, Ghana.
Also benefited from similar donation was the Methodist Boys High School (MBHS) who received sporting equipments and Educational materials.
According to the Chief Executive Officer of Manchester City Sierra Leone branch, Sheku Armani Kamara, he donated 12 pair of football boots to national amputee soccer team and three footballs.
He said: "They are going to represent the country in Ghana and this was a special way for us to boost the team spirit for the tournament and I wish them well."
On the donation to MBHS, Armani as he is fondly called said he is not only limiting such gesture to sports club, organization but also the schools which he said is very important in bring up better and quality footballers.
"I want to thank Manchester City in England for this because had it not been for them Sierra Leoneans will not have been benefiting from these donations," he said and promised more people will benefit from similar donations.
This is not the first time Armani is making such donations, sports bodies, clubs, and schools have all benefited from such donation