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Samuel Eto'o: We Must Stop Boko Haram Atrocities

After helping Lisa T for her medical bills, and buying the Cameroonian Embassy in the US, the internationally known for his long and famous football career, Samuel Eto'o has decided to embark on a new project. Launching a campaign in order to raise funds to help displaced
people from Cameroon and Nigeria who abandoned their houses due to the increasing violent attacks of the Islamic sect Boko Haram.

In relation to the Charlie Hebdo event, the founder of the Yellow Whistleblower FC foundation mentioned that he was sad because media around the world were not reporting on the Boko Haram terror attacks as they did with the Charlie Hebdo terror killings. All of us felt concerned and sad after the Charlie hebdo event and in one way or another brought our support to France. We even saw Africans heads of states coming to Paris to bring their support to France said the three time Champions League winner.

As for now, his foundation the Yellow Whistleblower FC has been able to raise up $75,000. This money is going to be used to help Boko Haram refugees. To go a step further on Tuesday 27th October 2015 at Claridge Hotel in London, UK, Samuel Eto'o organized a charity event with African celebrities to assist Boko Haram victims. It was an opportunity for the African celebrities to emulate their Big Brother steps and to denounce all the atrocities committed by Boko Haram.Samuel Eto'o reminded all the African community that it is all about team work :"We need to cope with this situation. We need to denounce it and find solutions at our level while our armed forces do their own job on the ground."

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