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Ex-Mighty Black pool and Leone Stars Legend, Kabba Kamara popularly known as “Kabba China” is the latest to have thrown his weight of support behind Rodney Michael (in photo), one of the contestants for the August elective congress slated for Kailahun where the FA president is going to be elected.
According to him, Rodney is a pillar to most clubs across the country – reason enough why many stakeholders including him have vowed to make him succeed the outgoing Nahim Kadi.
J S Keifala and Isha Johansen have done their own work, he says, but Rodney is the fittest amongst them and if he is elected, he is sure to develop Sierra Leone’s football to a towering height.
Kabba China thanked Nahim Khadi for ending his two term in office today and however warn that the outgoing should stay completely off from the forthcoming electioneering process leading to the election of the country’s FA president.
The Team Manager of the Retired National football Heroes furthered that come rain or shine, day or night, 37 out of the 47 delegates across would vote solidly for Rodney Michael next month in Kailahun Town.
“This time round, we’ll not allow any power hungry or paid-up mercenary to rig or apply political divide in favor of handpicked candidates to win this elections, he mused.
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