SLFA face Paul Kamara challenge
Minister of Youth, Sports and employment in Sierra Leone, Paul Kamara (in photo) a household name among journalists and the people in Sierra Leone, and owner of the ‘For di People’ newspaper has well-ordered the Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) to relapse to its former self before 2002.
In those days under the current Supreme Court Judge Justice Emric Melvin Tholla Thompson SLFA’s became a company limited guarantee that was the idea by Tholla executives aiming at protecting acquired properties, and the decision was endorsed during its congress in 2002.
In a letter sign by the Permanent Secretary from the Sports Ministry to the Football FA deadline dated 14th January ordering the SLFA to respond to three vital issue mentions, Firstly, SLFA should revert to its former status. Secondly, they should correct the status of their Acting General Secretary Abdul Rahman Swarray who has two other jobs as University Lecturer and CAF Education Officer in the SLFA.
The latter states that it’s incorrect for the University Lecturer Swarray to have two order jobs as his salary as a University Lecturer is coming from the Sierra Leone consolidation funds and because of this, he should not have any other paid up job.
Thirdly, that the SLFA should explain why they can’t take up the responsibility of organising and running their Premier League, why leave it to a board.
This is according to the SLFA Public Relations Officer SLFA Sorie Ibrahim Sesay.
Latest report from the FA has reiterated to the African Sport Network that the SLFA was expecting to meet Wednesday 5th January to discuss this matter.
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