It was a visit that Jonathan had planned to make for months but no one could have guessed it would have been on Christmas day. Granted 5 days holidays by his club, Jonathan visited Ghana to spend time with his family and friends. What the children at Royal Seed Home in Kasoa didn’t know was that Christmas this year was going to be a special one.
“Where better to spend Christmas day than with my little brothers and sisters” said Jonathan speaking of the orphans at Royal Seed Home. “To think my presence and a few gifts could bring smiles to the faces these kids’ just makes it worth the time and for me it brings me a lot of joy”
Jonathan didn’t make the visit alone; he was joined by his siblings and Ghana national team mate Prince Tagoe to dine with the kids and hand out gifts.
This was Jonathan’s first trip to Ghana after sitting out the black stars playoff win over Egypt which ensured a third successive ticket to the World Cup. He expressed his delight at the qualification “Its a massive achievement and I know this means a lot to the people of Ghana. Personally it’s all about putting myself in the position to have the chance of going to Brazil. He added “We’re in a privileged position where we can help in this way and I hope to spend more times like this with them [Royal Seed Home] and also help them with projects”