For a while, Samuel Eto is exposed to attacks on social networks. The last one is that of a lady named Adileuse da Rosaro. The latter accuses the former Cameroon international that he did not adopt the father of his 19-year-old daughter, according to our colleagues from Abidjan's show that reports the information.
Our source reports that the young lady is alleged to file a complaint against the football player in Madrid (Spain) before requesting him to recognize his daughter. Since the release of this Cape World, it is the whole banana that boils.
But one of the questions that many observers ask is why have been waiting for 19 years to file a complaint against the football player?
In the wake of water, the supposed daughter of the Cameroon striker, the name Erika, would have reacted in turn and claimed the paternity of the player.
"I had a father (his mother would have married at birth, Ed) who was not my dad until I discovered that my father was a football player. When I saw his pictures, I could not believe it. We are very alike and we have the same gestures ", she told the Spanish media ABC before continuing: "I would really like to meet my brothers, because I'm the kind of person for whom the family is counting so much."
Other sources near the former Barcelona striker say it's a montage whose goal is to pamper the image of Samuel Eto, especially since the Cameroon football player officially expressed his support for Paul Biya (85) on the head of Cameroon who seeking a seventh mandate.
For several activists, Samuel Eto was on the side of the poor and the poor instead of supporting the Biya regime.
Currently, the record holder of goals made with the unchanging lions (56 goals in 118 elections) did not respond to all these attacks.
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