Nchout Njoya Ajara

By Angu Lesley 

Football Writer, 

Cameroon and Vålerenga forward Nchout Njoya Ajara has taken to social media to extend words of support to persons who have been affected by the Car-crash in Bafoussam-West Region of Cameroon, can report.

Sunday, August 9, will go down in history as a day of mourning for most communities in Bafoussam as a vehicle transporting farmers experience breaks failure leading to a fatal accident which has cost 14 lives and left 60 patients hospitalized with some in a critical condition.

A source told on Monday that 3 of the 14 corpses of the devastating incident are yet to be identified.

“May Allah the Creator extend his mercy and relief to our brothers and sisters who died or were wounded on the Foumbot-Bafoussam stretch of road on Sunday August 9,” an emotional Nchout Njoya Ajara wrote on Twitter this Monday.

It is not the first event the former Sandviken lethal finisher is concerned about in recent times.

The striker with a strong interest in humanitarian activities has been vocal in similar incidents in the past.

Ajara manifested her compassionate heart by offering her match bonus to victims of a natural disaster last October in Goche barely days before Cameroon’s two-nil Tokyo Olympics qualifiers victory in Yaoundé.

She also spoke against the killing of a female police officer last year in the the troubled-North West of the country.

The 26-year-old Foumban-native is considered as an example to the present generation of Indomitable Lionesses and a front-runner in the fight against early marriage for the girl child.

These together, displays Ajara off the pitch.

The 2019 deputy African Footballer of the year laureate is currently in Norway for Club duties at Toppserien outfit Vålerenga Feminino but stays very close to events back home.


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