Still in the spirit of vacation, the 33-year-old forward paid a courtesy visit to the Presidential villa and had an audience with the country’s leader
İstanbul Başakşehir’s Emmanuel Adebayor had a ‘productive meeting’ with Togo President, Faure Gnassingbé as he continues his summer break in his country.
The former Real Madrid man has been involved in philanthropic acts by visiting key cities in the country including Kpalimé, Lome, Sokodé, Kara to support the communities with grants, foodstuffs and school supplies.
Adebayor who scored 30 goals in 75 games for the Togolese national team, was pleased to meet the leader of the country in his visit to the capital, Lomé.
Gnassingbé, the incumbent chairperson of the Economic Community of West African States, ECOWAS, was presented the Caf Platinum Award in the year 2007.
The former Arsenal and Manchester City forward remains the country’s all-time topscorer and the first ever Togolese player to win the African Player of the year in 2008.