Egypt’s opposition chief calls for Mo Salah sends 20% of revenue dwelling


RIYADH: Abdel-Sanad Yamama, the top of Egypt’s opposition Wafd Celebration and a former presidential candidate, demanded on Thursday that Liverpool soccer participant Mohamed Salah transfers 20 p.c of his month-to-month revenue to Egypt.

Yamama in a speech mentioned: “I suggest issuing a legislation that push Egyptians overseas to switch a share of their month-to-month revenue to Egypt in {dollars}, and the federal government will return it to their households in Egyptian kilos.”