The Vice President of the Republic of South Sudan Rebecca Nyandeng has donated a personal contribution of $10,000 for the National Team, Bright Stars ahead of of showdown with the Cameroonian side in Yaounde this Saturday.
The amount is received by South Sudan Football Association and it is meant to facilitate the national team and also to encourage the sports. Nyandeng also promised to work closely with the association to ensure a reasonable budget is allocated in order to support sporting activities across the country.
The delegation headed by Francis Amin, the president of SSFA met with H.E to bit farewell to the national team.
“Rebecca assures the association of government effort to allocate a budget for sports activities in the country”
The friendly match will be kicked off in the afternoon of 10th October. It is expecting to be intense as it is the first time for the two country to meet ahead of their 2021 AFCON qualifiers. Cameroon will host the 2022 AFCON games that will kick off in the January of 2022.