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The Executive of the Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) on Tuesday, May 1st, unanimously agreed to hold their elective congress in Kailahun at their usual executive meeting at the Football Academy, Kingtom from July 19th to 22nd in Kailahun.
According to the acting FA President, Mr. Joseph Samba Keifala (in photo), he said on the 19th of July delegates will arrive in Kailahun while proper congress activities will start from the 20th to the 21st and they will conclude on the 22nd.
He said the Chairman of the Eastern Region Football Association, Mr. Morrison Sannoh, will this weekend travel to Kailahun to make arrangements for the congress.
Speaking to the Chairman of the Kailahun District Football Association (KAID FA), Mr. Maya Stanley Kaikai told Sierra Express Media that he is delighted that the FA has recognized them as one of the members of the football family. He assured them proper lodging and feeding facilities.
“I am the Proprietor of the Luawa Resort Hotel with 54 rooms with 24 hours electricity, air conditioned, mini super market, conference room, DSTV and internet facilities, gym and several other facilities are available for guests at all times and the door is wide open for all football delegates to come to Kailahun and enjoy the Kailahun hospitality,’’ he boasted.
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