- Sadio Mane, Liverpool and Senegalese football star, has given back to his community as he built a school, mosque and hospital
- The football star is very much known for his sterling humility as he has been spotted performing many humanitarian services
- Mane's funds have gone into helping kids in Bambali, a place where he spent most of his life
Liverpool and Senegalese football star, Sadio Mane, has been giving back to the poor and his community by building a school, mosque and hospital in his country.
According to Mvslimfeed, he spent his holiday season inspecting the construction work that was going on.
Born in April 1992, he also plays for Senegal’s national football team. Bambali is his hometown.
Aside from these projects, he supports many other humanitarian endeavours, some of which had cost $250 000.
Mane is a very humble person and was seen some time ago cleaning the toilet in a Liverpool mosque to improve the place’s hygiene conditions for all worshippers.
Recently, the 27-year-old star was spotted in a viral video helping bus assistants offload packs of bottled water from the national team bus.
Though there was no proof to show when the video was made, Senegal's national team seemed to be on their way to a football match when the incident happened.
One of the highlights of the video was when the Liverpool forward came down from the bus and helped offload the goods into the dressing room as his teammates fancifully walked by.
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