Liverpool Star Salah Contribute Thousands In Food To His Hometown
Mo Salah has donated thousands of tons of food and fresh meat to families in his hometown of Nagrig to aid in coronavirus struggle.
The Egyptian sent the supplies to residents along with advice on how to stay safe during the coronavirus outbreak.
The Liverpool superstar’s father, Salah Ghaly, revealed the village has been sanitised and locals have been given facemasks to prevent the spread of Covid-19, which has killed 205 people in the North African country.
It is believed Salah’s latest donations add up to around €462.90 in total.
Salah, 27 – who is currently in lockdown in the UK awaiting the resumption of the Premier League season – has a history of generous support to the region.
The €228.59k-a-week winger splashed out potentially life-saving sewage work and water treatment plant in 2018.
He also sent a pair of his football boots to a Syrian boy who lost a leg in a terrorist attack.
Eight-year-old Hamis al Gacir was injured as the result of bombing for the Assad Regime Forces in Idlib, Syria.
The Egyptian ace sent over a signed boot attached to a framed poster featuring illustrations of the footballer.