The Chair lady for the Women and Sports Commission Pamela Williams who is also Assistant Director at National Sports Council said that her next target is to become Director of Sports.
She made this disclosure at the end of the three day activities of the commission at the National Stadium last Saturday.
She further stated that if she is given the chance to lead she will perform because of her vest experience over the years in the Ministry.
Pamela averred that she want to make a difference in the ministry that is why she is aiming for such position, which will be a big challenge for her.
The first thing she will like to do is to bring all the disciplines together and make sure that they are united.
She said if she becomes the next Director of Sports her first problem she will like to solve is the problem between the Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) and the ministry that has been on going.
When asked if they are going to take outsider to be new Director of Sports after Bai Kabia has left what will be their reaction.
Pamela stated for now it is a rumor but she went further to appeal to government not to bring another outside to come and top them again in the ministry as most of them in the ministry are qualified to take over.
She said she have gone through the rank and file that is why she want to take the bold step to become the next Director of Sports.
She said that men have been in charge of this position for many years now and the same problems are emerging, that is why this time around they need to give a woman the chance to take the lead.
She said if she becomes the next Director of Sports she will make sure that she restructures the provinces as the only Director in the South is running the East which is not good for the ministry as the Eastern region is a big region.
Pamela also said that she has worked for 20 years in the ministry as she started as assistant volleyball coach by then and at that time; she was a teacher at the Annie Walsh Secondary School. She said if she becomes director of sports most women who have been left out will come on board to promote sports in the country.