Samuel Eto’o formal Cameroon, Chelsea and Barcelona striker denied buying plane tickets for Cameroonians enslaved by the barbaric Islamic people of Lybia to return home.
The picture circulating on social media and some blogs showing Cameroonian returnee on the plane with his picture above it Captions- ‘Eto’o has done it again’ isn’t true.
Another one says the footballer gave $3000 to each of the returnee which is not true also.
On his Facebook page, Eto’o denied any knowledge of such. He said he was aware of the circulation on social media but has not chartered any plane nor paid for tickets for those Cameroonians enslaved in Lybia to return home.
“Plusieurs sites ont fait circuler une rumeur selon laquelle j’aurais donné de l’argent à chaque migrant rapatrié, relativement à un sujet d’actualité. Cette rumeur est absolument infondée!
Je profiterais donc de cette occasion, chers frères et sœurs, pour souligner que l’amour prévient plus de maux que l’argent ne peut en résoudre.
Alors, ne perdons pas notre précieux temps à rechercher des sensations fortes aux frais de personnes affligées, mais utilisons ce temps pour empêc…”
A very popular blogger from Nigeria posted “The boy Eto has done it again” and even rightly question the billionaire pastors in Nigeria for not getting involved in rescuing Nigerians trapped in Lybia.
Message to Linda Ikeji – in the days of the Bible, Jesus fed 5000 people with 2 fish and 5 loaves of bread but in our time 5000 people are feeding these pastors, It’s the other way round now. It’s all about the Money in African churches.
“Jesus said they did not need to go away, and therefore the disciples were to give them something to eat. They said they only had five loaves of bread and two fish, which Jesus asked be brought to him. Jesus directed the people to sit down in groups on the grass”.
Jesus fed 5000 people with 2 fish and 5 loaves of bread but where are all these pastors requesting/collecting 1 Billion Naira offering from their congregations in this time of Nigerians and Black Africans need in Lybia.
Where are they?