Monrovia – Prince Opoku Walker, the CEO of the Prince Walker Group of Companies, USA Veterans, and Small Town Musical Group, fulfilled his promise made weeks ago by donating jerseys, cash, and rice to several organizations in Montserrado.
The program, which took place at the offices of the Prince Walker Group of Companies on Friday, saw CEO Walker and USA Veterans Chairman, Mark Innocent Jadoe, presenting items to the beneficiaries.
The Concern Youth Social and Athletic Club (COYSAC), the organizers of the mock champions league at the Estate sports pitch, received $1,000.00 to prepare for next year’s competition. Additionally, the two Most Valuable Players (MVPs) in both categories of the tournament received a cash prize of $100.00 each along with boots, while the top scorer received a pair of boots.
Furthermore, jerseys and balls were distributed to New Kru Town All-star, Clara Town All-star, Academy boys, Peace Island All-Star in Brewerville, Montserrado Angels, Austin Academy Kakeh FC, and others.
Walker, a former footballer who played for the Liberia Football Association second division club, United Soccer Ambassadors (USA FC), also presented 15 bags of rice to New Kru Town All-Star, Peace Island All-Star, West Point All-Star, and PROSAC in Gardnersville, totaling 60 bags of rice.
He expressed his gratitude to the various organizations for the discipline they exhibited during friendly matches played with his team.
Speaking on behalf of COYSAC, Samir Kamara thanked Mr. Walker for his generous gesture and assured him that the money would be used for its intended purpose.
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