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Abednego Tetteh is expected to give out a customised Hearts of Oak face masks to supporters in the fight against coronavirus pandemic.
Tetteh will join a host of Ghanaian players to donate items to people in their hometowns, hospitals, and frontline workers.
The former Al Hilal forward says his decision to give away free customized face masks to fans to help curb the spread of the deadly virus in Ghana.
"I'm a graphic designer despite being a footballer, I opted to design customized face masks of Hearts of Oak and share it to football fans on all my social media account," Tetteh told Kickgh.com
"I'll start the giveaways on Facebook. Twitter and Instagram will be next.
"We can't play football without the fans. We need everyone to be healthy to watch our games when football resumes," he concluded.
Tetteh joined Hearts of Oak on a three-year deal ahead of the second round of the 2019/20 Ghana Premier League.
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