Khama Billiat donates R100 000 towards poor kids in his home country

Khama Billiat donates R100 000 towards poor kids in his home country

- Khama Billiat has given back to his home country

- The Kaizer Chiefs player donated sports equipment worth R100 000 to his old primary school

- The generous footballer joins other Zimbabwean internationals like Muskekwi and Munetsi to give back to their home country

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Khama Billiat just dropped some major cash to make little kids' hearts happy. The Kaizer Chiefs footballer donated sports gear worth a whopping R100 000 to his former primary school, Gwinyiro in Mufakose.

Briefly.co.za learned the sportswear includes football and netball kits, cones and sanitary pads; and it was donated by Billiat's foundation - which he founded a month ago.

According to The Herald, Billiat opened up about giving back to the school he attended as a child.

He said:

"It took a long for me to do it, I don't know why but I thought, maybe, I would do it with the Khama Billiat Foundation."

The Amakhosi stat added it was not just about football, the foundation's aim was to try and better the lives of as many underprivileged and disabled people.

"Everyone needs help but we should be honest with ourselves that there are some people who need help more than others" - he said.

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Taking to social media, Billiat shared photos of his kind gesture, hoping that it would inspire more people to help.

According to KickOff, Billiat joined fellow countrymen Muskekwi and Munetsi to give back to their communities.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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