Threatened by the terrorist organization Boko Haram in Cameroon, the family of Trabzonspor's newest transfer, Stephane M'bia, was brought to Turkey via initiatives of the Foreign Ministry upon the player's request. According to Turkish daily Habertürk, his family's village has been recently under terrorist attacks. Boko Haram's bloody executions frighten many people around the world, as well as M'bia, leading the defensive midfielder to ask for the help of Trabzonspor's administration to save his family from the terror attacks.
Upon his request, the team's administration contacted Foreign Ministry officials in Ankara. The ministry notified the Cameroonian Embassy in Anakara to move M'bia's family to Turkey. His family arrived safely to Turkey on Tuesday evening. "I will not forget Trabzonspor's help for the rest of my life. I am very grateful to everyone, especially our [club] president, İbrahim Haciosmanoğlu," he said, adding that his family members, including his mother, father and two siblings, are now safe. "I now feel relaxed and will dedicate myself to football. I will return your favor by playing well in matches," the Cameroonian player said.
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