Sadio Mane has fulfilled his promise to establish a hospital for the people of his community of Bambali.
In a short ceremony attended by Senegal President Macky Sall, the 29-year-old striker handed over the freshly completed hospital to the government.
Mane has built a reputation for being an extremely modest and down-to-earth man since joining Liverpool.
This isn't the first time Mane has contributed to a critical infrastructure project in the community; he was also instrumental in the development of a school and a store.
“Senegalese international Sadio Mane was received this Thursday by President Macky Sall,” a statement from the office of the president of Senegal read.
“The Liverpool social worker came to exchange with the Head of State on his social actions including the construction of a Hospital in Bambali.
“He has requested assistance from the State for medical staff. Senegal’s new stadium and the preparation of the national team with the last two friendly matches were also on the exchange menu.”