- Erick Ouma has not been left in the fight against coronavirus pandemic, has donated groceries to 35 families in Kibera.
The 23-year-old opted for Kibera has it is inhabited by a vast majority of vulnerable families. Ouma is trying in his capacity to cool down the coronavirus heat.
“We have donated flour, cereals, and cooking oil to help them through in the next couple of days,” Ouma said.
“It is a small donation which is meant to bring hope to those affected. Sometimes it is good to share whatever small we have with those in need, and it is the reason why I took the initiative to help them.
“As usual, I will continue giving my best in helping those who need aid during these trying times.” He explained
The Kenya international believes that normalcy will soon resume as he stated: “Most people have been affected by the coronavirus, I understand many have lost their way of getting daily bread and are helpless,”
“However, I have faith that this pandemic will come to pass soon and we resume our normal activities. It is just a matter of following the guidelines given by the respective authorities. he added.
The AIK Football player was the first foreign-based player to extend his hand to the needy and is willing to help more families.
“In partnership with Nuria Store and Atotozs, we have decided to donate the hand sanitizers to Kibera Angels Soccer Academy in Kibra to help stop the spread of the coronavirus,” Ouma confirmed.
“However small it is, it will help for the time being with our next stop being Mathare Slums in the coming days.”
Ouma stands out as one of the most promising players for the Harambee Stars. His fans are confident that his future is luminous.