The Inquirer is a leading independent daily newspaper published in Liberia, based in Monrovia. It is privately owned with a "good reputation".

Former Nat’l Player Dying Slowly

Sidiki Trawelly, a former football player and one time ‘errant -boy’ for George Oppong Weah during their days on the soccer pitch is said to be dying slowly due to a protracted illness. Speaking to this paper on his sick bed yesterday, Trawelly said he will accept financial support from any well-meaning citizen particularly, President George Weah whom he considers as Africa and the World’s Best, a football legend he still remembers.
Ailing Sidiki Trawelly Displays Sore On His Foot

Trawelly, 50, and a member of the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) referring to himself as an ally to President Weah when he was playing for Bright Star and the Liberia junior team, told this paper that is suffering from sore stomach.
“I have gone from one hospital to the other in this country in search of cure and currently I am now messing myself up. I got nowhere to sleep and worst of all, I currently live behind the old defense Ministry on Benson Street in a leaking room,” he explained.
According to him, decision to come public is as the result of several attempts he made to contact some of his football friends; some of whom are in the Government of the Liberia to come to his aid but that did not materialize.
Siaika Trawelly said he can be contacted on cell number 0886-4148-19

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