African players abroad Sadio Mane Has Officially Inaugurated The Hospital He Built In His Home Village

Sadio Mane has once again proved his hero status in Senegal by helping to fund the construction of a hospital in his home village of Bambali. The Liverpool star has frequently helped fund infrastructure projects in his village. Afer a school and supermarket in recent years, the Senegalese international has now helped fund the building of a hospital, which will serve 34 areas.

Mane sought a contribution of medical personnel for the hospital, in which he provided more than £450,000 for its construction.

Just weeks after meeting President Macky Sall at the Presidential Palace, the 29-year-old has now seen the hospital constructed and inaugurated.  

And Spanish paperAS have reported that the hospital, which will be the first medical facility in the area – consisting of an A&E department, maternity care, dental facilities and consulting rooms – will serve 34 villages in the surrounding area of Bambali.  

‘This hospital is obtained thanks to you. And it is for you, the population of Sédhiou.‘ Mane said in a statement released to AS.

Mane regularly travels back to Senegal during the off-season. And it’s no different this summer.

According to AS, Mane and his partners are interested in funding more projects in the surrounding area of Bambali. This includes a post office and a petrol station.

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