An amateur footballer and forklifter who played for Maffei has died in Italy. Emmanuel Harrison, 49, died at the Oglio Po Hospital in Vicomoscano on Monday. He contracted the dreaded virus at a local factory, EmiliaNa Parati, where he operated the forklift. Mr Harrison, according to reports, contracted the disease from the machine he shared with another employee, who was infected with the virus. Local media describes Emmanuel as a passionate footballer despite passing his prime at almost 50 years. He made himself well-liked by everyone, colleagues in the factory, and dressing room companions, Oglio Po News, a local media house, reported. His physique, as well as his undoubted skills of a striker, helped him, Oglio Po News added. Harrison had plans of moving to London in the United Kingdom where his wife and three children live, but had been constrained by paperwork. Harrison is the third Ghanaian in Italy, and the fifth Ghanaian abroad to have died from the disease. By: Bernard Ralph Adams/Ryvanz Mia Online/Ghana
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