Drogba opens first college in Ivory Coast



Didier Drogba arrives the Ivorian group to open the varsity

Ivorian footballer Didier Drogba has given again to his nation by opening a faculty that can assist no fewer than 350 kids within the rural cocoa rising group of Pokou-Kouamekro to achieve high quality schooling.

The college is the brainchild of the Didier Drogba Foundation.

Speaking on the launch, Drogba stated the inspiration started engaged on the mission two years in the past.

” I’m very proud to see it accomplished”, he stated. He additionally informed the pupils to make him proud.

Pupils of the Didier Drogba college

“The belief of my foundation has always been if we give children access to health and education, we will build future generations of doctors, scientists, businessmen and women and that is how we build a better Africa”.

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The college was constructed and funded by the Didier Drogba Foundation, with the assist of Nestlé and the International Cocoa Initiative.

It has six lecture rooms, a kindergarten class, a canteen, latrines, a soccer area and homes for 3 academics.