Eric Manu lives in Langley, British Columbia. He’s a landscaper. But across an ocean, he’s also a king.
See, Manu is the chief of his tribe in Ghana, and he works in Canada to help raise money and supplies for his village. A king who puts his people first? Long live Eric Manu!
Hanging up his crown, even temporarily, isn’t a decision Manu takes lightly. He’s using his time in Canada to raise money to improve the health care standards for his tribe of 6,000.
The money Mr Manu hopes to raise from his several month stay in Canada will be invested in improving healthcare.”The clinic only has a midwife and a few nurses. There is no doctor on site.”