Barel Fotso meets Orphanage in Douala

By Angu Lesley

Football Writer,

Former Under-17 Lions of Cameroon forward, Daniel Barel Fotso, 18 has paid surprised visit to Orphans at the Trinity Foundation Orphanage in Bepanda Douala.

The Dinamo Zagreb forward is taking advantage of his time back in the country to reach out to the young Cameroonians.

Griffe De Foot is reporting that the former AS Roma reserves forward came knocking the doors of the Orphanage with Bags of Rice, Hydro Alcoholic Hand sanitizers, Face Masks, Clothes and other items.

Barel’s goodwill gesture is a worth applauding, especially as the Coronavirus rife inflict unprecedented difficulties on the world.

The Douala-native’s action comes barely weeks after compatriot Njie Clinton and Kunde Malong also made a similar move to institutions in the Southwest Region of Cameroon.

Barel was a part of the Cameroon team preselected for last October’s FIFA Under-17 World Cup in Brazil, but he didn’t make the cut for the tournament due to administrative reasons.

His recent moves only amplifies his love for humanity and displays his affinity to his country and warm-heartedness towards young Cameroonians.

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