COVID-19: Hearts of Oak Signee, Abednego Tetteh Set To Give Out Customised Phobia Face Mask To Fans

As part of measures of reducing the spread of novel coronavirus in the country, Hearts of Oak signee, Abednego Tetteh has revealed he will be giving out customised phobia face masks to some football lovers in Ghana.

According to him, the giveaway forms part of his contribution to the country's fight against the virus.

The footballer said "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"

The 29-year-old also added he will be using his social media platforms for the exercise adding it is important for the citizenry to be healthy in this tough period.

"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 noted.

Abednego Tetteh joined the Phobians early this month on a free transfer.

He signed a 3-year-deal with the Continental Club Masters.

Story by: Joshua Kwabena Smith