Recently, Turkey and Syria were both hit by a powerful earthquake that claimed thousands of lives.
Victor Osimhen’s teammate, Kim Min-Jae, has contributed 75,000 euros to UNICEF in order to aid people affected by the earthquakes in Turkey.
Turkey and Syria were hit by earthquakes that claimed thousands of lives, although no reports have been able to nail a definite number of those affected.
The player who recently switched from Fenerbahçe to Italy to join Napoli last summer has been an integral member of Luciano Spalletti’s men.
Aside from being a footballer, he has shown that he cares about people’s well-being. This he has demonstrated by his care for Children and has supported both them and young people with impairments by making donations.
By joining many others in sending relief to those afflicted by the earthquake, the Korean defender has extended his humane mindset to individuals in Turkey who have been harmed by earthquakes.
The Napoli defender Kim Min-Jae reportedly gave 75,000 euros, according to reports from the Korean Committee for UNICEF. The funds will be used for children impacted by the disaster’s emergency initiatives.
The defender, who earlier saluted Osimhen’s performance for the club, made the decision to give the money in gratitude for all the nation had done for him throughout his playing career with Fenerbahçe, where he spent the previous season.
Tuesday’s round-16 UEFA Champions League matchup between Napoli and Eintracht Frankfurt will see the Parthenopean centre-back in action.