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Togolese Striker Asked If He’ll Consider Joining Politics Like George Weah In The Future, Here’s What He Said..

Like other African celebrities, the captain of the Sparrowhawks, Sheyi Adebayor last Wednesday went to the game of questions and answers with his fans live on Facebook. Family, private life, professional life, projects, the next CAN, all topics have been mentioned by Internet users who have had their dose through simple and complex answers.



A fan’s dream is to become “rich” like Adebayor. While making this wish during the exchanges while asking the attacker of Istanbul Basaksehir how to achieve it, the latter did not want to encourage the young in this direction. For him, “a lot of money causes a lot of problems”. Yes, ‘More money more problem’, as American stars P. Diddy and Mase sang so well.

Also pronouncing on his participation in the next CAN in the national colors, he believes that it will be difficult given his age, 33 years. However, he says in these terms: “For now God thank you, I’m on a football field, so it’s okay.”

Asked whether he plans to go into politics one day like George Weah, who eventually becomes Liberia’s head of state, the footballer says he does not dream of that destiny.

“At the end of my career, I prefer to stay Shéyi Adébayor myself,” he slipped. A position that does not surprise the opinion war seen his support posted to fill Lomé, through his recent and multiple media releases called “failed”.


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