Tuesday, April 23, 2024

Mohammed Salah donates a large sum of money to treat baby Rogaya


The Egyptian Ministry of Social Solidarity has confirmed that Mohamed Salah, an Egyptian player, England club Liverpool and star of the Egyptian national team, contributed to the treatment of little Rokoya, who suffered from tendonitis.

And the Egyptian media, citing sources in the Ministry of Unity, said that Mohamed Salah had donated a large sum.

Social networking sites have been agitating in recent weeks to donate to little Rukia and charge him 40 40 million for an injection to treat tendon disease.The amount was collected yesterday, Friday. The family celebrated the huge sum of money after a great conversation on social media.

A source in the Ministry of Social Solidarity said in an exclusive statement to “Tod Al-Khaleej” that Mohamed Salah, the star of the English club Liverpool, was one of the first donors to treat Rogaya, a girl suffering from tendon rupture.

This is not the first time Mohammed Salah has donated.

According to a report in the British newspaper The Times, in 2022, Mohamed Salah will be ranked eighth because he is one of the most sought after donors throughout his existence.

Mohamed Salah has so far donated 6% of his total assets, which is approximately 41 41 million, and is the only footballer among the top ten donors.

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