If someone had told the Ministry of Sports that FIFA officials were more corrupt and untrustworthy than some of their revered politicians, they would have denied it.
Chairman of a Premier League team East End Lions and a business man Sanusi Bruski Kargbo referred to as 'Unifier' and 'Game changer' by his supporters yesterday became the first person to declare his intention to run for the Presidency of the Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) as the term of office of the current administration led by Isha Johansen comes to an end on August 3.
Isha Johansen's entry as President of the SLFA was illegal, fraudulent and most unethical, that's why her utterances of zero tolerance for corruption are very comical to me. Her claims of not being supported have nothing to do with her being a woman bro. If the overwhelming majority of and association don't want you to head them, you think forcing yourself on them will help. Let's call a spade a spade.
Sierra Leone football Association’s (SLFA) extraordinary congress which was slated for today 25th February, aimed at resolving a long-standing dispute has been shifted to March 5, 2017, the Minister of Sports Ahmed Khanu confirmed on Friday 24, 2017.
So Fatma Samoura's visit to Sierra Leone actually happened, after reportedly being delayed twice. Even though the Isha Johansen, the fraudulently selected, President of the SLFA, is currently under investigation by the Nation's Anti-Corruption Commission, it was interesting to know that the First Lady, attend a dinner for Fatma hosted by Isha.
It's been widely reported that Fatma Samoura the Secretary-General of FIFA will be visiting Sierra Leone to discuss certain issues.
Over Seventy Thousand Dollars ($70,000) was paid out by to teams participating in the recently concluded 2016 Blackheart/St Lucia Football Association Tournament (SLFA), which was held in the players’ lounge at the Daren Sammy Cricket Ground.
The Sierra Leone National Football team, Leone Stars, has dropped four places in the latest FIFA rankings released Thursday, October 20.