Mo Salah Builds $450,000 sewage treatment for his people

PFA Player of the year, Mohammed Salah extended his impact off the turf through his philanthropic work. The Liverpool forward and Egypt international acquired a land and paid for a sewage plant to be built, to supply his village with clean water.
This amazing feat, which cost $450,000 has been hailed by many across the African continent.
THIS IS AFRICA reports that the star’s father was reportedly a signatory as a witness on the contract. The donation by Salah isn’t new to his villagers who have enjoyed other donations from the 25 years-old footballer.
The Governor of Gharbia, where Salah’s village is located said, “Salah is a role model to be followed by the youth and he is already loved by millions around the world because he draws happiness on their faces. He is also the best ambassador to Egypt in the world for promoting tourism.”
Salah, popularly referred to as the Egyptian king in 2017 donated $36000 to the Association of Veteran Players in Egypt. He has also been involved in a campaign to end drugs in his country.