Arsenal fans in Arua city in charity work
After winning FA cup at the closure of 2019-2020 premier league and later the community shield against Liverpool to kick-start 2020-2021 premier league season, a section of Arsenal fans in Arua city took to the streets to undertake charity work on behalf of the London based Arsenal Football Club.
The fans cleaned Mvara dri trading center in central division and two more trading centers along Oluko road in Ayivu East Division, Arua city.
During the exercise, the fans also gave pieces of soap to the elderly people and those seen to be vulnerable in the community.
Mr Gift Andama, coordinator for the cause said it is a special day that they have chosen as Arsenal fans to give back to the community for the support they have exhibited for the club.
“Although Arsenal won the two trophies some months ago, our main purpose is just to help the community and let people know that Arsenal has fans in this community”, Andama said.
He said the members of this Arsenal fans group are registering their membership in order to show their commitment to the club.
He said this is not the end to such a charity move in the community as they plan to have more of it in future.