Germany / 04.05.2020 21:06:38
An unusual story in Germany, where Hiannick Kamba, an African footballer who was pronounced dead in 2016 in the Congo in a car accident while playing professionally with FC Schalke 04 in the Bundesliga, was found on Monday.RELATED
The story dates back to January 9, 2016, when he was in his native country and became involved in a vehicle crash that allegedly cost him his life, but the German newspaper Bild revealed on Monday that the former player was found working in a factory in the southern Germany.
The prosecutor in charge of the case, Anette Milk, told the aforementioned media that Kamba had already given a statement and in it she argued that he was “abandoned by friends during the night of January 2016 and they left him without documents, money and telephone.”
FATED DEATH TO COLLECT INSURANCE
Behind the false death of Hiannick Kamba, he points to his ex-girlfriend for having acted in complicity with the player to collect life insurance of one million euros, although the accused denies the statements, added the prosecutor, who reaffirmed that the investigation continues your course.
In addition to wearing the Schalke shirt, where he started in the inferiors, the Congolese Kamba also went through several clubs of the German promotion such as Zweckel, Borken, Recklinghausen, Hüls, Vestia Disteln and Hassel.