By Godwin Aikigbe
Chief Executive Officer and Founder, SAMDA, Tony Kona Fele, has showered the Cameroon chapter with encomiums for taking a lead in the African Soccer Programme.
Fele in a release on Saturday, expressed his gratitude to Cameroon in the wake of commencement of the exercise featuring secondary school students across Africa, notably among which are Nigeria, Liberia, Ivory Coast, and Ghana.
He expects other African countries to toe the laudable path in furtherance of the non profit organization’s drive to impact the life of the African youth positively.
The release read in full:
“SAMDA Africa Team, Let me first thank the Cameroon team for taking the lead in Africa. We have been waiting for this day, and it is here. We are now starting a difficult journey, just as we have done before. This journey, like any other with an unknown destination, has a lot of worries, but I want to ask all of you to remain focused.
“SAMDA has come from the United States of America to Africa to stay because many of our members are African. We are ready to engage the African communities in sports, agriculture, education, health, microfinance, and so forth. It is just a matter of time, and the rest will be a dream come true.
“Thank you, team Cameroon, for holding the bull by the horn! Let’s all follow the rising light from Cameroon! I am very proud of all of you for sticking with me in this struggle to introduce our SAMDA African Soccer programs to keep our young people in schools, get to know one another, and prepare them for their role in building Africa through unity.
“Thank you, Cameroon, for leading the way.”