Nahim Khadi gone missing? – part I
It is a question the media, or committee members of the Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA), or the football Protocol Officer, Sorie Ibrahim Sesay, cannot easily give an answer to.
Allow me say it loud that the missing SLFA boss, Nahim Khadi (in photo), has abandoned his office for months without any official or acceptable reason to the football family in Sierra Leone.
His absence is of concern and eyebrows have been raised by football officials in the sub region.
Of course, Musa Hassan Bility who acts as President of the Liberian Football Association (LFA), on number of occasions, has questioned writer Scott while in Liberia doing a documentary on football – ‘Where is your F A President, he has been missing for some while now?’ he said.
No need ask me how embarrassing such a question was. It was an affront to my person, as a colleague in the football family and to Sierra Leone as a country.
Whoof!! Our national pride is nowhere to be found at all. Football is shrinking down the drains
After my stay in Liberia, on arriving home (I mean Sierra Leone) I RECEIVED an air message that the President of SLFA, Nahim Khadi, is in England on grounds tagged as a ‘medical check up;’ no official documentation, no medical approval and referral etc, to prove to football loving Sierra Leoneans that indeed Nahim Khadi is sick and is undergoing treatment in London.
Whoop, news has been told that the FA boss escapes Anti Corruption probe owing to allegations that he has embezzled millions.
Findings have it though that the FA President is in the London okay and strong.
No sign of being sick or undergoing any medical check up as rumoured. Prior to his departure to London, he told the football family that he would be leaving for the UK on the advice of his medical officer.
Shocking though was news that he was seen observed at a party marking Sierra Leone’s 50th independent anniversary party in England, enjoyably dancing as if a very strong wrestler.
Quite recently he was seen at an all white Sierra Leonean Party in Wood Green London asking for rice and cassava leaf sauce.
Despite Nahim Khadi’s absence, affairs of the national team and the local league are well in place.
Thanks to Mediatel and Africell Lintel, who played big roles to have participating teams supplied with special kits.
By Prince Scott
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