Despite his wealth and fame, Sadio in his life clearly hasn’t forgotten his roots and how he started.
Mane is well aware of the poverty stricken conditions in his hometown village of Bambaly and paid for a hospital to be built there for the community.
According to the news, Mane then donated £250,000 to fund a new secondary school and was spotted visiting the construction site to check on its progress.
He also gifted 300 Liverpool shirts to locals in his hometown so they could wear them during the 2018 Champions League final and amid the outbreak of corona virus; he donated £41,000 to health authorities in Senegal. whatever it took at 16 years of age, While his parents not allowing him to leave school, he will just packed his stuff and ran away just to pray ball and today he is one of the best of all time in Africa and the world.
I prepared everything down to the minute, knowing that I did not have any money at all; I remember my sister was also born at home because there was no hospital in our village. So now I wanted to build one to give my people hope. " Mane told France Football in an in-depth.
He recently made it clear that, he will always give back to his country because he understands how it feels to have nothing and he indeed he had nothing while growing up. He added: my successes are not for me, they are for my country. He is a super hero and a great living legend.
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