Strasbourg and Ghana center back, Alexander Djiku has displayed his generosity with an act of kindness towards an infant.

Indeed, the Ghanaian central defender who plays for Strasbourg  has decided to support the fight of the Schneider family and little Nathan, suffering from a rare genetic disease.

The young boy is suffering from Angelman syndrome a rare genetic condition that affects one in 20,000 births, which affects a bit of everything" explains his father, Alexandre Schneider, for DNA. "Nathan has hyperactivity, speech disorders, motor skills, sleep and nutrition."

Alerted by his wife about this fight, Alexander Djiku then came to the aid of the family.

"Helping others is in my nature, I was educated like that by my parents, maybe because we didn't have much."

Thus, on the second visit, the defender of Strasbourg made a donation of 2000 euros for the family association

"For love 2 Nathan", in order to provide for the needs and finance care for Nathan. A nice gesture from the Ghanaian!

The defender is in Ghana and played during the Morocco friendly and will line up when Black Stars face Ivory Coast.