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The two Sierra Leonean athletes Ola Sesay and Ibrahim Turay were invited by the Hastings Community in UK to join students of William Parker Sports College after the morning training session on Monday to the college’s usual devotion. (Photo: Ola Sesay one of the athlete addressing the students)
Apart of the devotion they were also given the opportunity to address the students. They told the students of the College to focus on their work while aiming to become sport personalities.
The Chaplain of the College Peter Michell said the love for God and commitment are the elements for success. He called on the athletes and student to focus on what they are doing and God will see them through as they are serving a living God.
The Principal of the College John Court said they are pleased to open their doors so that Ola and Ibrahim can use their facilities. He pointed out that they are always ready to do more in order to strengthen the Hastings Sierra Leone Friendship link.
Bernard Turay in the UK
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