FORMER CAPTAIN OF THE INDOMITABLE LIONS OF CAMEROON WHO LOST EVERYTHING HE HAD IN LIFE

This is Norbert Owona, former captain of the indomitable lions of Cameroon who lost everything he had in life, lost his family in an accident, became sick and homeless.

He requested for help from Cameroon government but no respond for help.

According to several reports, Owona has been living in penury since he lost his family in an accident. He became very broke, sick and eventually homeless

Eto’o however during his recent trip to Cameroon heard about the former player and paid him a visit.

Several reports from Cameroon say that the former Barcelona striker donated 500,000FCFA to Owona and promised to give him a brand new house.

Owona played several years for the Cameroonian national team and represented the Indomitable Lions in two Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) tournaments. he played for Cameroon from 1968-69 FIFA WORLD CUP and 1971 – 72 African Cup of Nations, He score 2 goals for the team at the world cup.

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