Our African stars are very much welcome

Editor, I am a devoted fun of your newspaper and I can not help but express my excitement in writing.
Eto’o and more African football stars in Rwanda
Eto’o and more African football stars in Rwanda

Editor,

I am a devoted fun of your newspaper and I can not help but express my excitement in writing.

This is about a story you published yesterday about the African footballers who are going to bless the day.

I particularly cannot wait to rub shoulders with Eto’o because he is a goal-scoring machine every time he sets foot on a pitch.

He is also well respected for his commitment to bringing up struggling footballers in third world countries.

I have one major complaint though, that the organisers of the dinner with the stars at Serena were not realistic at all.

It so untrue that people like me can afford Rwf100,000 to go and enjoy a beer with him.

We are all aware that one should pay much to see Eto’o because he has so much to his name.

For example he was the youngest player at the 1998 World Cup aged just 17 years and 3 months and was also the only player at the tournament born in the 1980s.

This is what should inspire us to meet the bright chap from West Africa so that we can enjoy being the great funs we all claim to be.

Poetic_african@yahoo.com
Kimironko

 

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