Dutch-born Ghanaian footballer, Memphis Depay Refurbishes Cape Coast School Of The Deaf And Blind

Dutch footballer of Ghanaian descent, Memphis Depay, is back in Ghana during the off season to continue with his philanthropic works.

This time, he has refurbished the washroom for the Cape Coast School of the Deaf and Blind in the Central Region of Ghana.

Asante Kotoko’s management committee member, Dentaa Amoabeng MBE, who also doubles as a leading member of the Memphis Foundation posted a video of it online.

She revealed that;

The Memphis foundation will continue to strategize on various ways to support blind and deaf children across the country.

In her full post on Instagram to announce the gesture, she said;

Memphis Depay a Ghanaian / Dutch footballer who plays for Barcelona is currently in Ghana.

His foundation the Memphis Foundation have been working strategically to provide refuge and assistance for deaf and blind children.

Currently, Mr. Depay through his foundation have refurbished the school in Cape Coast by building washroom facilities for the students.

For the Memphis Foundation, this is just a start. They aim to replicate this model across Ghana, helping to develop more schools for the deaf and blind. There is still a lot of stigma surrounding deaf and blind individuals, the Memphis Foundation aims to dispel a lot of these myths through education and support.

Lady Dentaa Amobeng MBE via Instagram

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