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Photos Drop Of Giant Mosque Being Built By Black Stars Striker
- A photo of an enormous mosque being built by Ghana international Majeed Waris has surfaced on social media
- Waris, who is a native of Lameshegu in the Northern region of Ghana, is not only known for his goalscoring prowess but also his philanthropic gesture
- The Strasbourg forward is also constructing roads in his native Lamashegu as he seeks to improve the lives of his hometown
Footballers are known for their flashy lifestyle owing to the jaw-dropping figures they earn weekly but it appears quite a number of them are veering towards philanthropy.
Ghana and Strasbourg striker, Abdul Majeed Waris seems to have joined the philanthropy club with his magnanimous gestures growing in leaps and bounds.
He is reported to have provided funds for the grading of roads in his native Lamashegu, Tamale, in the Northern region.
Waris, a practising Muslim, is not only meeting the socio-economic needs of his hometown folks but also seeking to get the natives closer to Allah.
According to a tweet by celebrated sports broadcaster Saddick Adams, spotted by Sports Brief, Warrris is building a state-of-the-art mosque in Lameshegu.
Majeed Warris breaks goal-scoring duck
The 30-year-old Ghana international had not scored since the start of the season, putting pressure on him before the Montpellier game, but ended his scoreless run with a magnificent goal.
In a video posted on Twitter, sighted by SportsBrief.com, players of Strasbourg run to surround the forward in show of affection and support for the petite attacker.