Ghanaian star Sulley Muntari extended his kind gestures to Uganda after he donated sets of football boots to young players of the Super Heroes Football academy in Mulago (Uganda).
The former Inter Milan and AC Milan player is currently on a UN ambassadorial tour in the central African country together with Japanese international Keisuki Honda.
Muntari as part of his visit to the country presented football boots to the academy to help develop the game in the country.
The Ghana international has been one of the philanthropic sportsmen in Ghana with his donations to several individuals and communities in his native (Ghana).
“It is great to play with such youngsters. They will grow up admiring the game as they work hard to succeed,” a smiling Honda told local and international media after the game.