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Cameroon – Rigobert Song: Former Lion says thank you to the Emergency Center of Yaoundé for their care during his stroke

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Written by Deckson N.

The former captain of the indomitable Lions thanked yesterday the care staff of the Emergency Center of Yaounde for his takeover before his medical evacuation in France last October.

I took the liberty to come and say thank you very simply, because if I am in perfect health, it is because you have done everything possible to restore fitness and health,” said Rigobert Song Bahanag To the staff of this hospital training.

His gratitude goes also to the presidential couple, Paul and Chantal Biya, who supported him in this hard trial and concurred in his recovery. The Cameroonian people are not left behind, “said the government daily Cameroon Tribune which relays this information in its edition of this Tuesday.

For Dr. Louis Joss Bitang, director of the Emergency Center in Yaoundé, all the medical staff are proud to welcome and see their former patient in shape. In this friendly atmosphere, the hospital has sprinkled champagne in honor of the host of the day. The former Indomitable Lion was previously received in audience by Minister André Mama Fouda.

Rigobert Song had left the country on October 4, 2016 by medical plane, to go to France after having suffered a vascular stroke two days earlier. Seven months later, and after three operations related to a cerebral aneurysm, Rigobert Song keeps more or less his look. Dreadlocks shorter than before, he moves on his own, smiling as usual.

The former Indomitable Lion and coach of the A’ Lions is ready to prepare the next African Nations Championship (CHAN). “I have to start watching the Championship matches and find some pretty good players that will make a difference and live up to the Lions that seduced us a few months ago,” said Rigobet Song on Sunday, April 2, 2017 on the CRTV.

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