Three Sierra Leonean sports fans, Lahai Fallay, Alton Bendu and Abubakarr KaiKai have extended a helping hand to around 800 under-privileged children in some parts of Freetown.
The two, Lahai Fallay, Alton Bendu who are based in Norway and Abubakarr KaiKai who is based in Freetown, decided to provide feeding inorder to assist the children.
The first to blaze this trail was Lahai Fallay, who in an annual charity event supported by his wife, financially supported the establishment of the Dollarosa FC, a star team in the Western Area Football Association Division-One League.
As an indigene of the Kroo Bay axis, he has contributed immensely to youth development in the Kroo Bay community.
Alton Bendu, who Norwegians described as a hero, for his positive conduct as a former heavyweight boxing star and leading figure in the tourist industry for expanding Bendu’s Guesthouse to a first-class accommodation facility, is joining hands with his two younger brothers to provide the Sierra Leone Boxing Association with boxing gears. His major drive has been to impact national development by his effort to erect schools and a hospital located at Rotifunk is an apparent stride.
Abubakarr Kai-Kai, a senior martial artist and a former national basketball player, has excelled in a number of areas, beginning from being the mastermind behind the establishment of the African Fighting Championship (AFC) to a promoter in the music industry in Sierra Leone.
He is a leader of the youths in Freetown, trusted and respected for his goodwill gesture. Back home, he has gained much attention from sportsmen and musicians in his ambassadorial effort in taking sports and music to other levels.