SAD NEWS: Ghanaian footballer Morrison Osei STRANDED and WANTED in Ethiopia Featured
19 Nov

SAD NEWS: Ghanaian footballer Morrison Osei STRANDED and WANTED in Ethiopia

The former Ghana youth star has opened up on his current situation in the East African country.
Ghanaian striker Morrison Osei has revealed that he is wanted by Ethiopian police following the expiration of his visa and an unpaid hotel bills.
The 26-year-old has been stranded in Ethiopia for the past months after his contract with Ethiopian Coffee SC was terminated.
According to Osei, he was unpaid by the Ethiopian Premier League side after his contract with them was abrogated.
"I came here [Ethiopia] to join Ethiopian Coffee SC. But the Serbia coach who signed me left the club to his native country," Osei told DS Sports 
"After the departure of the coach, the club treated me unfairly where my contract was terminated without paying me."
"My visa got expired after months whiles I was in search for a new club. Also, my hotel bills were not settle by the club [Ethiopian Coffee SC].
"The management of the hotel reported the case to the police because I failed to settle the debts. One day, I sneaked out of the hotel to a different city.
"The Police are still in search for me, I sometimes sleep in vehicles when there's no place to perch.
"For now...I can only leave the country after paying a fee around $3500 to the Ethiopian Immigration Service."
Osei featured for former Ghana Premier League clubs King Faisal and Heart of Lions before leaving to play in Asia.
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