– Jeff Reine-Adelaide has committed €25,000 in the building of a school in Balaka, Malawi
– The construction will help stop students traveling 10km daily on foot to school
– The Nice midfielder has also shown interest in supporting more project in the African nation
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Jeff Reine-Adelaide has put smiles on the faces of students in Balaka, Malawi after donating to the construction of classrooms and two lodges for teachers, France Bleu Azur on.
The 23-year-old who currently plays for Ligue 1 side Nice on a loan deal from Lyon, has donated €25,000 to help fund the building project.
The building will be completed in time for the next academic session by September, 2021, which will comfortably accommodate 500 students, RMC Sport.
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It is understood that children travel 10km a day to study and the construction of the school will put an end to that.
“I was immediately touched by this project because it is unthinkable for me that children walk 10 km every day to go to class.”
Reine-Adelaide added that he intends to support more humanitarian projects in his country to help support children.
“On a regular basis, I will support humanitarian projects in favor of children who are not lucky enough to have the life that everyone should have.”
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Meanwhile, Bioreports had earlier reported that Didier Drogba is peculiar with empowering the people of his country and a journalist has come out to thank the Chelsea legend for the cash reward given to him four years ago.
In a post made by Tribo Banto Afrika on Facebook, Drogba rewarded a journalist who interviewed after a beauty pageant in his country.
The journalist in question shared his ideas with the former African Footballer of the Year and he was asked to drop his account number before leaving.
Bioreports also reported that Ahmed Musa’s transfer is still one of the biggest things that happened to Nigerian football as school children flocked to see the Nigerian international at Kano Pillars training ground.
The Super Eagles captain signed a short term deal to play with the Nigerian Professional League club until the summer transfer window in Europe opens.
And his arrival at Pillars have received warm welcome from different quarters as well as his unveiling ceremony and his first training session with the club.