The Tanzanian who left the streets for world cup glory (Inspire Africa)

Sadock John (R)
Sadock John (R)
By Rédaction AfricanewsJerry Fisayo-bambi
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`'People didn't believe in me.. a street child who had no future. But after that, they used me as a role model. They wanted me to be near their kids always so that I could share my experience and I can talk to them about the positive changes that have happened to my life and my family'- Sadock John


On this episode of Inspire Africa, Jerry Fisayo-Bambi returns with the following stories.


The remarkable story of the meteoric rise of Angola's best Golfer Victor Marcal who’s gaining international recognition.

South Africa:

Also, that of Mothupi Kgopa the math teacher who launched a low-cost solar powered scientific calculator to help pupils improve their math scores in South Africa.


Plus later on the show we go to Doha, Qatar where the world cup is happening, to hear from Sadock John, a Tanzanian former street child turned football icon for street children across the world. 

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