Leverkusen – professional footballer Edmond Tapsoba from Bundesliga club Bayer Leverkusen cares for the people in his homeland Burkina Faso and donates to them.
“I pray every day for it to end. The generally critical situation in my home country is now exacerbated by the corona crisis, which is really tough, “said the defender in an interview conducted by the club:” I am very worried, yes, I am also afraid. So many people go to bed with the uncertainty of what tomorrow will look like. It’s really not easy. »
That’s why he donates. “I support organizations financially that distribute the essentials on-site,” said the 21-year-old, who moved from Vitória Guimaraes from Portugal to Leverkusen in winter and immediately took a regular place: “A protective mask sometimes costs five euros, which can hardly anyone allow themselves. Especially if you need low income for daily food intake. I can actually only donate and pray for everyone that God will save them this illness. »
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