By Angu Lesley
Football writer kick442.com-Cameroon
Indomitable Lioness of Cameroon and CSKA Moscow forward Gabrielle Aboudi Onguene has offered football kits to second tier Cameroon’s Women’s football Club Maranatha FC.
The Indomitable Lionesses of Cameroon skipper made the gesture on Monday, December 28 at the Ecole publique de Deido via the image of the promise land association which is president of.
The forward noted for her philanthropic attitude expressed her delight about reaching out again.
”I am very happy to be here today, the Maranatha project caught my attention. This is why we decided to support them. The Club goes beyond the game by thinking about the future of the players. It is encouraging; for a start it’s difficult, all I can say to my dad, the president of Maranatha, is to believe in his project, we are going to support him as best we can,” Gabrielle Aboudi stated.
Aboudi offered jerseys, footwear and other training and match needs to the team.
Emmanuel Nkot, the president of the Club couldn’t hide his joy; ”It is a great honor for us, since not everyone has the chance to receive the captain of the lionesses; that she took interest in the work we are doing is a great source of joy for us, especially since we have spent 4 years in the second division without ever receiving a single ball. 2 years ago we were surprised by her donation and it gave pleasure and brought joy to the children. We are very happy. We wish the captain and her international colleagues luck and pray they always carry the national flag higher,” he ended per Women11.net.
Aboudi is noted for similar moves whenever she’s home for holidays.
Last year all top-flight Clubs in the country reaped from a similar largesse.
In addition to Maranatha FC, she offered kits to players of Caiman girls of Douala and training kits plus balls to a local amputee team.
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