Black Stars centre-back Rashid Sumaila continues with his patriotic works after making huge donations to the Muslim community in Cape Coast amid Ramadan, the mandatory 30-day feast observed annually by Muslims.
The Al Qadsia defender distributed items which include bags of rice, boxes of milo, boxes of tea bags, sachet of water, tomato pastes, milks and other essential items needed by Muslims in the upcoming feast.
However, the former Kotoko player is known and recognised very well for giving back to the society especially where he hail from in Cape Coast. Already, he’s made donations few weeks ago to aid in the fight against the COVID-19 where he gave out sanitizers, face masks etc to the people of his community.
Rashid Sumaila 27, has had a fine career with still much eagerness to achieve more than he has now. He’s currently with Al Qadsia in Kuwait, having remained as the fans favourite, they have been serious contacts over a possible contract extension.
With the national team, the former Red Star Belgrade man has played for the Black Satellites, Black Meteors and the senior national team, Black Stars. Notably, he was named in Ghana’s 2014 World Cup squad so as the 2015 AFCON which was staged in Equatorial Guinea.
By: Iddriss Abdul Rahim