- Sadio Mane has been undertaking a number of social initiatives back home in Bambali, Senegal
- Months after funding the building of a school, the Liverpool ace has pumped resources into the healthcare sector
- A hospital he recently funded is due to open soon, with the state committing to equip it with personnel
- The forward took time to share the exciting news with his followers on social media
Sadio Mane who is playing for Liverpool has donated an eyewatering £500,000 (about 76 million) towards the building of a new hospital in his hometown of Bambali, it has emerged.
The Liverpool superstar met with Senegal president Macky Sall, with the two agreeing to have the state support the facility with medical personnel.
"Senegal international Sadio Mane was received by President Macky Sall on Thursday," the president's office announced.
"The Liverpool player came to tell the head of state about his social initiatives, notably the building of a hospital at Bambali. He sought the state's assistance in providing medical staff for it," the office added in a statement.
SunSport now reports the Premier League forward committed a whopping KSh 76 million to ensure the completion of the project.
The publication added the hospital will provide a wide range of services including maternity care, dental care, and medical consultancy.
This is not the first time the Senegal international was showing his kind side, having previously donated £200,000 (about KSh 30 million) to build a school in Bambali.
At the time, Mane had guided Senegal to a second-place finish in the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations tournament staged in Egypt.
Photos of the 29-year-old inspecting the project surfaced online showing the Liverpool ace in a company of locals.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Sadio Mane is a big fan of luxury cars and despite his modest public appearance most times, the Senegalese star has a stylish garage with cars worth more than $665,000 (about N256million).
The Liverpool star has among others a Mercedes G63 AMG worth $200,000 (about N78m), Bentley Continental GT worth $200,00 (about N78m), Audi RS7 $120,000 (about N46m) and Range Rover Evoque worth $45,000 (about N17m).
But he is mostly seen driving his Range Rover to training ground, and from what the player earns, he can by that every 33 minutes.
Source: Sports Brief News