A young man was caught on camera about a week ago fighting with a police officer. The said young man is a football player for Yaoundé FC. The CCTV video of his scuffle with the law authorities took rounds on the internet almost a week ago. The sources have identified the teenager as Vivien Frederic Koloto. Reports suggest that the football player is in the custody of the police authorities at Kodengui, Yaoundé.
Meanwhile, its worth noting that the young man is a football player for Yaoundé FC.
While in police custody, the 18-year-old wrote a letter addressed to the Head of State, the President of FECAFOOT, other personalities and the whole Nation. In the said letter, he apologized to all the prominent people in the country. He asked for forgiveness for the scandal that he created following his scuffle with the police.
He apologized to Cameroon’s people and promised he would not indulge in such a scandal again. The teenage footballer also promised to abide by the laws of the country. He committed to serve the country through his sport and spreading awareness about the sport.
Accordingly, He sent the letter to the Cameroonian authorities through his brother, Serge Tamba.
The letter reads:
“I am Vivien Frederic Koloto. I apologize to Papa Paul Biya, papa Mbarga Nguele, papa Atanga Nji. To the President of Fecafoot, papa Samuel Eto’o. I also apologize to all the Cameroonian police, the National Gendarmerie, and the whole Nation for this regrettable act. Dear brothers, fathers, mothers, patriots, let’s respect the forces of law and order.
Papa Paul Biya, papa Mbarga Nguele, papa Atanga Nji, papa Samuel Eto’o, I’m 18 years old, I am a footballer. and I promise not to do it again. I also promise to raise awareness. I promise to continue serving the green-red-yellow flag as the Cameroonian police.
Additionally, he thanked his elder brother in the letter. He wrote, To my elder brother Serge Tamba, thank you for receiving this letter and sharing it to the Nation.”