Bukayo Saka Helped 120 Nigerian Children


English and Arsenal youngstar Bukayo Saka, has contributed money to 120 life-saving surgeries for kids in Nigeria.


The youngster did a great contribution for saving the poor children’s life

The 21-year-old England winger, Saka partnered with the nonprofit organization ‘BigShoe’ to assist kids in Kano, Nigeria’s second-largest city, who were suffering with hernias and brain tumors. The winger is a key person in the medical procedures for the Kano children. He succedeed this surgery collaborating with the youth charity BigShoe.

The Real Madrid’s Rudiger recently announced his commitment to giving all of his World Cup winnings to kids in Sierra Leone, youngstar not the first player to team up with BigShoe in recent months. The Antonio Rudiger Foundation For Sierra Leone was founded in January by the Madrid defender, who has consistently supported medical treatments for the nation’s disadvantaged youngsters.

The health worker is holding Bigshoe Saka (Big Football Shoe)

Here is what Saka said after the incridible moment. “I consider myself fortunate and blessed to be in a position where I can help improve the lives of children.” He also added, “It’s important to me to use my skills to make a difference wherever I can. So I’d want to thank the entire BigShoe team for making this possible.” I want to do more and more and help as many children as I can.” Hat’s up to these two great players; Saka and Rudiger, helping the poor children for life saving moment.

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