Weah, Fish, endorse Next2None’s Africa walk against human trafficking
FORMER World and African footballer of the year, Liberia’s George Weahn has endorsed the oncoming Africa My Africa Celebrity Walk Against Human Trafficking/Legendary Football Match scheduled to hold in Accra, Ghana, early next year.
Also, Bright Okpocha popularly known as Basket Mouth and Nollywood star, Bimbo Manuel, are among the 100 celebrities across Africa, who will take part in the walk and charity football match.
The project is the brainchild of Next2None support initiative, an NGO dedicated to fighting human trafficking across Africa.
Weah, who is now a lawmaker in his country, Liberia, pledged his support for the initiative.
Other celebrity players expected at the game are Razak Omotoyosi, Mark Fish,
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