Netherlands winger, Memphis Depay is set to visit Ghana again. The footballer was in Ghana in June 2018 for a Charity project. He also visited Cape Coast, where his father comes from.
In November 2018, he donated an Index Braille Embosser- Everest- DV5 for the production of reading materials for visually impaired students of the Cape Coast School for the Deaf and Blind in Cape Coast.
Memphis Depay also made a promise that his foundation, the Memphis Foundation would construct a state-of-the-art gym and swimming pool for the school this year, adding that he would visit the school once every year to train the students.
So, we guess he’s coming back to fulfil the promise he made to the students.
Memphis made this in an Instagram post. “Ghana, see you soon!” he said.
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Memphis Depay is a Dutch professional footballer who plays as a forward for French club Lyon and the Netherlands national team. Memphis was born on 13 February 1994 to a Dutch mother, Cora Schensema and a Ghanaian father, Dennis Depay in South Holland village of Moordrecht. He formerly played for English club, Manchester United.