Chelsea defender Antonio Rudiger has given $101,000 to help kids in Sierra Leone have free training.
Rudiger, destined to Sierra Leone guardians yet conceived in Berlin, Germany and now speaking to the German national group, made his promise uninvolved of the UK-Africa Investment summit in London to help Sierra Leone’s Free Quality Education activity in the wake of meeting with Sierra Leone’s President Julius Maada Bio.
“Sierra Leone is my home. I’m not the talking type of a person, I am about action. You can count on us and do not hesitate,” Rudiger said after making his donation.
“We are here to support your vision and agenda, especially on education. I am ready to take on my responsibility to change the narrative and image of Sierra Leone.”
President Bio, then received his signed jersey from the 26-year-old footballer while Rudiger was honoured as an ambassador of Sierra Leone.