Sierra Leone Ambassador to Senegal Alhaji Brima Elvis Koroma has assured National Sports Authority (NSA) officials that he has a lot of sports projects from Senegal that he will pass on to them.
He made this statement when the WAFU U-17 Sierra Leone delegation paid him a courtesy visit in Dakar, Senegal to update him about their stay.
Saying he is always willing to work with the NSA as a team, the Ambassador appealed to both NSA and Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) officials to put modalities in place as soon as possible to settle the impasse in football because without relative peace there will be no development, and government funds will be wasted.
He appealed to NSA and SLFA officials to always inform him beforehand whenever they have football tournaments in Senegal so that he will make special provisions for food for the coming delegation. He advised them not to rely on food from host countries, and wished them well in pending tournaments.
In his statement, the SLFA leader of the delegation, Harold Nat Johnson, thanked the Ambassador for the good reception and his positive support and contributions during the two matches Sierra Stars played in the tournament. He assured the Ambassador that they will work with him and take his advice seriously for the development of football.