Nantes and Nigeria winger Moses Simon has decided to give back to society, this time with particular attention paid to his Nigerian hometown.
Nigerian star Simon has funded the construction of a drainage system and the main road in the Obagaji Agatu community in Benue State.
Nigerian Star Moses Simon gives back to society
Simon’s latest charitable gesture is the second development he has taken up in Nigeria’s middle belt region after he drilled boreholes to provide potable water for the people last September.
The Super Eagles star was born and raised in Kaduna, but he has not neglected his father’s hometown in Benue.
His most recent developments have been in Benue, and these led community leaders to name a street after him in Obagaji Agatu. Still, Simon has also embarked on some projects in Southern Kaduna.
The 25-year-old has contributed five goals and an assist in 27 Ligue 1 matches this season, and he decried the government’s negligence and not providing basic amenities to the people.