Cameroon: Samuel Eto’o to pursue higher education at Harvard University

By Njix Sharon

The former captain of the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon has decided to return to school and further his studies, three months after he terminated his long prestigious career.

Samuel Eto’o in an interview granted to the press, on November 11, said he will acquire new skills in business management in the Harvard University.

“I’m getting back into business. When you are a footballer, you pay people to take care of your businesses, but when it’s up to you to manage them, and you want to progress, you need to learn new skills. I will resume studies in business management. By January, I will join the Harvard University to undergo my training. I will have to live in Boston for almost a year,” he said.

He added he will take it as a challenge to do better and excel in his professional life.

“It will not be easy, but it is a beautiful challenge and it will open other doors.” the former captain said.

The now – businessman has returned to his mobile phone company “Set’Mobile”, created in 2012 and expressed his zeal to stay focused and help Africa take people out of poverty.

After his recent retirement from Professional football, Cameroon’s highest goal scorer of all time Samuel Eto’o Fils decided to invest in his own Sports wagering platform, “Betoo”. He launched the platform last Friday.

With Jeune Afrique magazine


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