Indomitable Lion of Cameroon’s defender, Micheal Ngadeu Ngadjui showcases a luxurious new achievement of his in Cameroon’s economic capital city Douala.
The multimillion private residence built by the defense man in Logpom, has been making waves on social media within the past few hours of it’s release to the public via a Tweet from Angu Lesley.
Michael Ngadeu's investment in Logpom, Douala. pic.twitter.com/Rl8ce71bSE
— Angu Lesley (@angulesley442) March 22, 2023
“Ngadeu is very entrepreneurial. I watched a TV report about his school in Douala and was amazed. I think even if he retires from soccer today, he will not be a poor man.”
Proper stuff by Mickey. Remember on the flight from Mozambique he kept telling us on the flight that “I di find money massa, I dey for chantier”. This is a very good thing. Preparing for life after football is always primordial” tweeted Njie Enow Ebai, Fervent Sportsman
“This guy does not joke with his money. He has a school, a transport agency and now house of this magnitude. Incredible!” Some comments on Twitter read.
Félicitations au Lion indomptable Michael Ngadeu.
📍Logpom, Douala #Cameroon.
— The Cameroonian 🇨🇲 (@TheCameroonianZ) March 22, 2023
Most astonishing is the fact that, the residence would also serve as a source of free water supply and electricity to neighbors.
Despite his absence from the squad that made it to the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, the 32-year-old has proven to have been working even harder behind the scenes.
Besides this luxurious private new structure, the Gent defender, also has a school as well as a travel Agency.
The 2017 AFCON gold medalist continues winning the hearts of his people with these kind gestures, as it is not the first time he is extending a hand of fellowship to those in need. The decision to help neighbors with water and electricity when need be, is just one of the numerous gestures from Ngadeu.
Once captain of the National team during Clarence Seadorf’s reign as head coach, Ngadeu counts 68 caps for Cameroon, plus seven goals scored.
Still fresh in the minds of football lovers in the country is that, Ngadeu’s assist to Toko Ekambi against Algeria, gave Cameroon a 2022 FIFA World Cup ticket.
He was left out still, from Rigobert Song Bahanag‘s 24-man-squad for the 2023 AFCON qualifiers
Nevertheless, Ngadeu, is a regular starter for his Belgian club, Gent and last featured in their Belgium Pro league 3-0 win game against Eupen, in which he played full time.
He has made 98 appearances for the club since he joined them in 2019.
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