The National Olympic Committee of Sierra Leone and Labrum Clothing have recently unveiled the Sierra Leone Olympic Kit for Tokyo 2020 at the New Brookfield’s Hotel in Freetown. The CEO of Labrum Clothing, Foday Dumbuya, in his statement gave a brief biography of himself and shared some of his working experience with Nike in the U.K. adding that the vision of Labrum Clothing came to him while working for Nike.
After a visit to Makeni to be part of the annual Marathon competition he became impressed after he saw some young boys and girls together competing for the same goals.
Responding to the statement of the Labrum CEO, the President of the National Olympic Committee of Sierra Leone, Dr Patrick Coker, thanked and appreciated the CEO of Labrum who has collaborated with his Chef de Mission, Unisa Deen Kargbo, to achieve such a tremendous partnership.
He concluded by mentioning that his one wish is to ensure that Labrum, the name and the brand, stay permanently and become more popular in Sierra Leone.
Motivating the athletes, the Chairlady of Labrum Clothing, Madam Wokie heaped praises on Dumbuya, Labrum CEO for his brilliant initiative in trying to change the narrative of sport designing in the history of Sierra Leone.
She encouraged the athletes to be serious with their practices at all times so that they will be able to perform well. A symbolic unveiling of the Labrum Olympic kits was done by different athletes from the Swimming, Athletics and Paralympic Disciplines.
A replica of the kit was presented to the National Olympic Committee through the Chef de Mission. The Swimming Association Secretary General, Mohamed Abdul Turay, gave the vote of thanks on behalf of the Disciplines that’ll be going to the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games