Adebayor to support families of Sitya Loss kid dancers

Adebayor and The Ghetto Kids' Manager Sherrie

Adebayor and The Ghetto Kids’ Manager Sherrie

Internationally recognized football player and Togolese national team midfielder Emmanuel Adebayor has pledged to support Ghetto kids dancers’ Alex Ssempijja’s and Patricia Nabakooza’s families financially.

Sempijja, 14 succumbed to serious injuries following a bicycle accident near the Ugandan capital, Kampala. Ms Nabakooza, 12 is recovering from the injuries she sustained in the accident.

Late Alex Sempijja died of his injuries following a tragic bicycle accident

Late Alex Sempijja died of his injuries following a tragic bicycle accident

Triplets’ dancers Manager Sliver Sherrie told the media after meeting Adebayor in the United Kingdom.

The premier league star had already sent in condolences, to the grieving family of the famous kid dancer.

“I had a successful meeting yesterday with Emmanuel Adebayor. It is lovely to see that there are still celebrities who care about the less fortunate in the world. Adebayor was touched by what happened to Ghetto kids and has decided to support Patricia and Alex’s family (Triplets foundation,” Sherrie said.

Alex Sempijja was the lead dancer in the Ugandan super star Eddy Kenzo’s hit video/song Sitya Loss.

Adebayor himself came from poor background but the Togolese has defied the odds and played football in the big leagues in Europe. The star has also had family problems that have tainted his image, and he is currently out of contract and not playing football after amicably leaving English club Tottenham Hotspur this September. He however, still collects his £100,000 pay every week. The jobless star was recently pictured on his custom Rolls-Royce Phantom Coupe.

With this kind gesture of supporting the poor Ugandan kids’ families, let’s hope the 31-year old striker finds some greener pastures and gets back to the football field.

Meanwhile, Eddy Kenzo recently dismissed reports that the kid’s death could be linked to the singer’s alleged illuminati beliefs.