The nineteen-year-old footballer is the Deputy Minister of Sports!

The relationship of politics with the world of sports is not today. It is usually seen that the players are joining politics at the end of their careers. But entering the politics of a player at the age of 19, getting the responsibility of the country’s sports ministry again … is a shocking event. This is what happened in Bolivia.

Cello Vizaga

Take the case of Bangladesh. Former national football team captain and midfielder Arif Khan Joy has served as a deputy minister in the youth and sports ministry. Naimur Rahman Durjoy, the first Test captain of the cricket team, has also entered politics after completing his playing career and has been a Member of Parliament twice.

Former Bangladesh national cricket team Test, ODI, and T20 captain Mashrafe bin Murtaza are currently a Member of Parliament from Narail-2 constituency.

Looking beyond the country’s borders, 1992 Cricket World Cup-winning Pakistani captain Imran Khan is now the country’s prime minister. The same is true of Libya’s current president, George W. Bush. The former AC Milan striker, who won the Ballon d’Or, is now leading the country with worthy hands.

Former India cricketer Chetan Chauhan has also been elected to the Lok Sabha twice. World Cup-winning star Sanath Jayasuriya has the distinction of being Sri Lanka’s Deputy Minister. Searching for such examples will give you more details.

But one thing is common to everyone. Everyone entered politics after paying jute as a player. Or came to the very end of his career and wrote his name in politics. No one has been seen doing politics since the very beginning of his career. And this is where Cello Vizaga showed off. The young woman has been given the responsibility of the Deputy Minister of Sports in her country.

The question may arise, who is this cello wet? He made history in Bolivia. The 19-year-old footballer of the women’s youth team has been given the responsibility of the Deputy Minister of Sports in the country. Vizaga has represented Bolivia at various age-based levels. His swearing-in took place last Friday. Vizaga has taken this responsibility on behalf of the ruling Movement for Socialism (MAS) party. It is also one of several decisions taken by President Louis Ars to improve the condition of the country’s stadiums.

As soon as he took charge, the Deputy Minister announced to work for the young athletes of the country, the most effective medicine against an epidemic in sports. It also plays the best role in combining the country.

Let’s see what else Vijaga can show.

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