Freetown, SIERRA LEONE – Harold Nat-Johnson, Vice President 1 of the Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA), has embraced the responsibility of leading Mena Queens FC as the Chairman of the Board of Directors. He affirmed his dedication, along with fellow Board members, to propel Mena Queens towards becoming one of the leading female football clubs in the country.
Expressing his delight at the appointment, Nat-Johnson pledged unwavering support to Mena Queens FC. His commitment stems from the belief in the club’s potential and the desire to contribute to the growth of women’s football in Sierra Leone.
The strategic decision to appoint Nat-Johnson as the inaugural Chairman follows a comprehensive assessment by the club’s management. They recognize his substantial contributions to advancing the club’s standing and anticipate that his wealth of experience as a seasoned football administrator will be instrumental in elevating Mena Queens to a prominent position in female football.
In preparation for the upcoming Women’s top-tier league, Mena Queens has already received significant football equipment support. This includes jerseys, training gear, boots, coaching equipment, and more, reflecting a commitment to fostering girls’ participation and boosting morale throughout the season. The substantial investment, valued at millions of old Leones, underscores the club’s dedication to success in the realm of female football. BT/3/2/2024