Aung La Nsang tells people in Myanmar to ‘stay strong’
Aung La Nsang took to Instagram this week to remind people that the situation in his homeland remains dire. The Burmese middleweight shared a photo or refugees fleeing their village.
The 36 year old wants people to know that ‘nothing has changed’ but is confident that the situation will eventually improve:
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In an emotional message La Nsang says,
Be thankful, if you are not carrying all your belongings and running for your lives through treacherous terrain.
This is not a Hollywood movie set but rather what’s happening in Myanmar. This is a photo of IDP refugees fleeing their village in northern Myanmar.
To my dear friends asking me how are thing in my home country now, I tell you NOTHING has changed.
To my friends back home, I think of you everyday and please stay strong. It’s darkest before dawn and this will end soon.”
It certainly sounds like a heartfelt statement from the former two division ONE Championship champion. The military in Myanmar launched a coup and have tried to silence dissenting voices with a campaign of brutality.
La Nsang wants all his friends back home to know he hasn’t forgotten them.