Sadio Mane Presents Agro Industrial Projects to Senegal’s Prime Minister Ousmane Sonko

Sadio Mane Presents Agro Industrial Projects to Senegal’s Prime Minister Ousmane Sonko

Babajide Orevba
June 20, 2024 at 8:56 AM
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  • Sadio Mane is extending his business empire in Senegal as the Al-Nassr of Saudi striker is set to invest in agriculture
  • The 32-year-old, who is currently in Dakar, met with Prime Minister Ousmane Sonko to share details of his proposals
  • Sonko thanked the former Liverpool star for his patriotism and urged him to also invest in other areas of the economy

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Senegal football star, Sadio Mane, has met with the country's Prime Minister, Ousmane Sonko, to share his agro-business ideas.

The former Liverpool man has always made efforts to give back to society, and now he is going further to set up more businesses in the nation.

A photo showed the moment he met Prime Minister Sonko to submit project proposals about his ambitions to invest in the agro-industry.

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Senegal star, Sadio Mane, has submitted his agri-business proposal to Prime Minister, Ousmane Sonko. Photo: Kenzo Tribouillard.
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After the meeting, Sonko disclosed that he encouraged the Teranga Lions' legend to invest in other areas of the economy. He said:

"I encourage him in this direction and appeal to all Senegalese wishing to support the collective effort towards a better Senegal to come and invest in the structural transformation of our economy."

The prime minister also used the opportunity to reaffirm his commitment to the nation, saying he would create an enabling environment to support national investors.

Sonko also commended the veteran's decision to offer free advertising to the national company, Air Senegal, through a display on the jerseys of the Bourges Foot 18 club.

According to Africa Top Sports, Mane was applauded for his personal efforts to the country's development by investing in Bambali, where he was born, and other nooks and crannies of Senegal.

Fenerbahce interested in Sadio Mane

Sports Brief earlier reported that Mane is reportedly leaving Al-Nassr in the summer transfer window, with Fenerbahce interested in his signature.

The winger could be newly-appointed Portuguese manager Jose Mourinho's first signing following reports of a potential loan move to the Turkish side.

Mane's high salary at Al-Nassr is believed to be a problem for the Knights of Najd, who are considering options, including parting ways with the forward.

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Babajide Orevba is a CAF accredited Nigerian journalist and HOD of the Local Desk with over 10 years of experience in media landscape.He studied NCE Political Science/Social Studies, AOCOED.