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Open Hearted Liverpool Star Mo Salah Makes Donations to Egyptian Church After Fire Kills 41 People
- Liverpool talisman Mohamed Salah has donated a whopping sum of 3 million Egyptian pounds to support the victims and help rebuild the church destroyed by a deadly fire
- This is not the first time Salah has made such huge donations with the Liverpool star donating 50 million Egyptian pounds ($3.2 million) to the Cancer Institute in Cairo after it suffered damage following a car explosion in August 2019
- Despite his magnanimous gestures Salah has been unable to inspire Liverpool this term, with the Reds securing two points out of a possible six in their opening two games
Mohamed Salah has reportedly made lump sum donations to help rebuild a church destroyed by a deadly fire in his native Egypt.
Salah, who has been ranked by UK newspaper The Sunday Times as the eighth most charitable person in Britain, is renowned for his philanthropic gestures.
The Liverpool talisman earlier took to Twitter to express his condolences to the victims of the St. Abu-Seifein Church fire outbreak and has gone a step further to donate three million Egyptian pounds which is equates to $156,648.56.
At least 41 people died in Giza, which is across the Nile from the capital Cairo, after a fire broke out over the weekend, reports the Mirror.
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According to Egyptian outlet OnTime Sports, Salah has donated three million Egyptian dollars, which equates to around £129,706, to the cause.
The cause of the fire incident in the St. Abu-Seifein Church was unknown. However, police said that an initial investigation has revealed that the electrical short-circuit could have caused the fire in Church.
The incident at the Church took place when the congregation was underway on Sunday.
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Salah is not new to generous donations with Salah, captain of the Egyptian national team, donating oxygen cylinders to help coronavirus patients in his hometown Nagrig.
Through his charity organization, which was founded in 2017, Salah has made several donations to communities in Egypt.
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