Saturday, 1 April 2017

Cameroon – Rigobert Song ... “I Owe A Lot To President Paul Biya And His Wife. They Took All The Burdens To Save My Life"

The former glory of the national football team returns to the homeland this Saturday, April 1, 2017 after six months of sickness and convalescence in France.

Rigobert Song is coming back from far. This former emblematic defender of the national team pennant is a veritable miracle. Obviously, he came out without a sequel of an Stroke. It was verified through TV reports and testimonies from Paris, the French capital, where Rigobert Song very fit, announces all smiling his return to the native land this Saturday 01st April 2017.

His arrival at the Yaounde Nsimalen International Airport is scheduled for early evening. The organizers of the ceremony for the return with great pomp of the double champion of Africa, did not give the exact time of his arrival. But from Paris, the former “capitaine courage” of the indomitable Lions thanked all those who contributed to his good recovery, making a special wink to the presidential couple, Paul and Chantal Biya.

“I owe them a lot and they did everything necessary to get me in the best conditions. They go on. You understand that I do not know if the word “thank you” is enough, but really I am very moved to know that they took all the burdens to be able to give me life today “declared Rigobert Song, with our confreres Of national public television.
Cameroon – Rigobert Song ... “I Owe A Lot To President Paul Biya And His Wife. They Took All The Burdens To Save My Life"
Arrived in a coma at the Emergency Center of Yaounde on the night of Saturday 01st to Sunday 02 October 2016, the former bib “4” of the Indomitable Football Lions of Cameroon, had been well taken care of by Dr. Louis Joss Bitang and His collaborator. The latter had succeeded in getting the famous patient out of the critical phase of his pathology before his evacuation on Tuesday, October 04, 2016 at the Pitié-Salpêtrière hospital in the 13eme arrondissement of Paris.
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