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Elective Congress which was to be held on the 15th and 16th September 2012 at the Sierra Leone Police Mess, Kingtom, has been put on hold again by the visiting FIFA representative, Mr. Primo.
The election which was supposed to be held in July this year in Kailahun has been postponed on several occasions by the FA and most stakeholders have described it as a strategy to rig the election.
On Saturday September 15th 2012, FIFA official, Mr. Primo told delegates that the elective congress is postponed until after the November 17th General Election and that there should be a Normalization Committee to run the affairs of football in the country.
Such pronouncement made by the FIFA representative angered the football delegates drawn from across the country that were present at the Football Academy at Kingtom.
The delegates protested that Primo has backed the Sports Minister’s Normalization Initiative which they referred to as political interference and have issued a 14 day ultimatum to hold election.
The 33 delegates out of the 47 delegates signed a six point resolution that:-
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