By Boris Esono N
Football Writer kick442.com Cameroon
Abou Mangué Camara, who played for the Syli Nationale at the just-ended Africa Nations Championship, has extended his generosity to an orphanage in his home country. The player has donated his 2020 CHAN bonuses to buy an estate for L’orphelinat ORAMAC, which was facing housing difficulties.
The Horoya AC player confirmed the donation saying: “First of all I am happy for our third-place title in this CHAN Cameroon 2020. I thank my teammates, my staff, and the people of Guinea and above all, I thank the children from the Abou Mangué Orphanage who were there all the time behind the screen to follow their father. This victory is ours,” Abou Mangué said.
“Regarding the purchase of land for my orphan and destitute children, yes I confirm it today with certainty that I had two plots stuck in Dubreka which will in the future serve as the place of residence of all my orphans and destitute. This is a sigh of relief for me and my ORAMAC house.”
“You all know that land is expensive right now in Guinea but I had decided that all the bonuses that I will have at CHAN will be redirected towards the purchase of land for my children and that is what I have done. I feel a little free,” Abou Mangué added.
The Syli National of Guinea had a wonderful performance at the CHAN but fell at the semi-finals to Mali on penalty shootouts. They were clinical for their third-place game as they won the intermediate lions 2-0.
Such a gesture from Mangué is going to be appreciated by many and others too can join him in making the lives of the children much more comfortable.
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