BY AFESEH APONG
Sports writer kick442.com, Cameroon.
At a time when the supporters of PWD Social club of Bamenda are still celebrating the club’s first ever league title in 58 years, the club is still making news in different spheres of life.
The recent gesture from the club, that touched the hearts of many, came on Sunday May 24, 2020, when the club, through some of their diehard supporters, reached out to a 5-year-old supporter, who made headlines during the championship, when she was pictured dancing with PWD’s fans club, during one of their League outing at the CAF excellence center in Mbankomo.
The five years old girl whose name we got as Zamdada Ekoto Sandrine, lives at the CAF center in Mbankomo, together with her family. Her father Bouba Jean Paul, works as a security guard at the CAF center. The young Zamdada Ekoto Sandrine first featured in a video of PWD’s fans club, taken during a day 14 game against Colombe, and was spotted again with the dance group, during PWD’s 1#0 win over Tonnerre Kalara Club, still in Mbankomo.
On Sunday May 24, 2020, Sandrine and her father, Bouba, were special guests, as they joined PWD’s supporters club Yaounde branch, in celebrating their League title. Sandrine and her father could been seen dressed in a PWD outfit. Our sources have disclosed that a PWD jersey has now been provided to each member of the Bouba’s family.
Perhaps the most touching part of the occasion, was when an envelope with the sum of fifty thousand francs (50,000FCFA), was handed to Mr Bouba Jean Paul, to use and purchase basic necessities for Zamdada Ekoto Sandrine. This great gesture on behalf of PWD Social club, came from one of the club’s die-hards, Mr Asandome George, in collaboration with the coordinator of PWD’s supporter club in Yaounde, Mr Talla Ferdinand. Our sources have disclosed that, the club is determined to take care of the school needs of the five_year_ old Sandrine, who is a primary one pupil at Okoa Maria.
Reacting to this gesture, Bouba Jean Paul said “Today I’m with PWD to celebrate their success. It is thanks to my little daughter that I am here today with the PWD family. Thank God for everything and I pray that God should protect them so that they can go higher heights.”
Zamdada Ekoto Sandrine and her parents are natives of the Far North region of Cameroon, but have showed incredible love for PWD social club of Bamenda, a team from the North West region of the country.
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