- Legendary Samuel Eto'o seems to have been moved by compassion as he donates 10 ambulances for the fight of COVID-19
- The 40-year-old was said to have spent a staggering £530,000 on the facilities he handed over to their health service
- Eto'o retired from football in 2019 but the superstar won't miss a thing as his son has already picked up from where he stopped
Three-time Champions League winner Samuel Eto’o has donated no fewer than 10 ambulances to Cameroon's health service.
The 40-year-old former Barcelona and Inter Milan striker was said to have spent about N281 million (£530,000) to fund the emergency vehicles in his home country.
Eto'o was moved by compassion after watching the effect of the deadly coronavirus in his home country as they have lost over 990 patients to the virus.
The ex-Chelsea and Everton star after taking delivery of the consignment presented them to Cameroon's public health ministry last week as reported by SunSport.
He however shared the information on his official Instagram page with the caption that says:
"Donating 10 ambulances to the Ministry of Health in Cameroon. Was such an honour to be able to do this for my country, so more people can be helped in emergency situations."
The retired football star was said to have donated almost £1 million to build a children's wing at the Laquintinie hospital in his home town Douala four years ago.
SunSport further revealed that the Eto'o charity foundation also gave face masks and food supplies last year.
The 40-year-old moved to Stamford Bridge from Anzhi Makhachkala in 2013 and scored a number of goals in 35 appearances for the Blues but ended his boot in 2019 after spending just one season with Qatar SC.
YEN.com.gh previously reported that Legendary Samuel Eto'o must be feeling very proud after watching his son Etienne strike an impeccable free-kick from about 25 yards for the Cameroon U20 team against Mozambique in their AFCON U20 competition.
The 18-year-old centre-forward ended up scoring two goals and assisting another one in the game that ended 4-1 in favour of his country.
Etienne needed just seven minutes to score on his debut and before the end of the opening half, he powered home another goal from the spot.
Source: Yen Ghana