The president of the Cameroon football federation (FECAFOOT) Samuel Eto’o Fils has signed a convention with Tony Obam of the Cameroon’s lead Banana Cultivation institution to train former footballers and encourage them to venture into Banana cultivation.
The deal signed on Thursday in the presence of tenths of retired footballers gave both men the platform of meeting their target for a direct conversation about the project.
It is our understanding that Eto’o wants many of his fellow retired footballers to take interest in the docile economic activity so as to increase their chances of having a better life after retirement from professional football.
Over the years, footballers have suffered a fall in their standard of living after retirement from the game simply because they can’t find an alternative economic activity to engage in after retirement.
This laudable initiative from Eto’o and Obam has been saluted across the social media and beyond.
The onus is now on the retired footballers to take interest in the activity and approach Obam and his team for proper guidance which will enhance success.
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