Germany and Bayern Munich defender, Jerome Boateng, who is on his first-time visit to Ghana, is set to give full scholarships to some Ghanaian children.
The 30-year-old German professional footballer is celebrating the Christmas holidays in Ghana with his two daughters Soley and Lamia along with his sister Avelina Boateng.
While spending time in Ghana, Jerome has been seen playing football with children and giving them some word of advice.
Well, another footage sees the great defender paying a visit to a school.
From the video, one can hear his spoke person announcing that they’ll sponsor the education of pupils in public schools.
And at the end of every term, reports of the students on the scholarship would be sent to them in Germany.
So when the pupil’s performance is encouraging, they’ll continue to sponsor his/her education.
Reports indicates that Jérôme Boateng and his team are doing this through Right To Play Deutschland foundation.
Right To Play is a global organization that attempts to teach children in need with educational games.
Right To Play empowers children, empowers them to unleash their potential and overcome cultural, economic and gender barriers. Help children to take their future into their own hands.
Jerome Boateng is the younger brother Ghana international and Sassuolo midfielder, Kevin-Prince Boateng. The pair were born to a Ghanaian father but different German mothers.
It’s good he has come to help children of his motherland.