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Actress' foundation donates proceeds from charity match to patients in Ghana

Proceeds from the Juliet Ibrahim Celebrity Soccer Match which held on May 1, 2016 between female  Ghanaian and Nigerian celebrities at the Lizzy Sports Complex has been donated to 4 out of the 7 patients initially targeted to benefit  from it.

Juliet Ibrahim

Expressing her displeasure at the paltry amount realised from the event, Juliet Ibrahim said on Ghanaian radio station, Joy FM, that:

“People are not helping. I’m so disappointed in Ghanaians because people could have come out, it was only ten cedis and people could have paid that."

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“It’s not even up to the amount I spent on the game, putting everything together. I could have used that money and just given it to the patients instead of doing all I did”.

The cost of  dialysis is ¢260 three times a week and the philanthropic actress is calling on anyone who wants to support the foundation to visit her website on www. julietibrahimfoundation. org

email; Info@julietibrahimfoundation.org

Donate@julietibrahimfoundation.org

or call +233244042757

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