Cameroonian footballer, Samuel Eto’o Fils, posted a message on Facebook commiserating with Nigerians and showing he stands in solidarity with the bereaved.
The 4-time African Footballer Of The Year posted a condolence message in both English and French, as well as putting a Nigerian flag filter over his Facebook profile picture.
This comes just some few hours after a bomb blast ripped through a Kano market and another one was set off in Yola the day before. Samuel wrote,
“My heart is bleeding again in front of such atrocities.
What an injustice! My most saddened thoughts go towards my brothers and sisters in Nigeria, victims of repeated violences, such as the explosions which took placed in Kano and Yola, yesterday and the day before. As I have stressed it during my speech at the # YWBall last month, we must become aware and fight indifference, in order to aspire to peace. #PrayForNigeria”
Meanwhile, most of the Nigerian celebrities who inundated the feeds of their followers with #PrayForParis messages have been silent. Not like we are judging ?.