SLSDWA President Signs Book of Condolence in Memory of Late Queen Elizabeth ll

Sierra Leone Swimming Diving and Water Polo Association President, Mohamed Abdul Turay, has on Wednesday September 14, 2022, signed the Book of Condolence in memory of the late British Monarch Queen Elizabeth II, at the British High Commission in Freetown.

The Swimming President joined the NOC/GCA President Dr. Patrick Coker and other Presidents from the Commonwealth Games Association, Sierra Leone (CGA SLE) to pay their last respects and write their condolences at the loss of a great public figure HRH Queen Elizabeth II, to the British High Commission, Spur Road in Freetown.

“We, Sierra Leone Swimming, Diving and Water Polo Association, extend our profound condolences to her family and to the Government and people of the United Kingdom for the loss of a Queen who taught the world the true meaning of leading with humility, grace, and dignity. May She Rest in peace!”, President Mohamed Abdul Turay lamented in his message. on behalf of the Sierra Leone Swimming, Diving and Water Polo Association

“She was not just a Queen; she was a caring mother-figure who wanted the best for everyone. The World, the Commonwealth, the United Kingdom, and her dear family would miss a great sovereign and an extraordinary Personality” the swimming president commented in a brief chat after the ceremony with Mr. Don Ahern, Political Secretary who received the delegation on behalf of the British High Commissioner to Sierra Leone, Lisa J. Chesney, MBE.

Among the delegation where the NOC/CGA SLE President Dr Patrick Coker, Treasurer, Mr. Prince Sualley, Chef De Mission Mr. Unisa Deen Kargbo, Member Oness Abayomi Johnson- Taekwondo, Martin Bangura – Athletics, Yayah Koroma – Archery, Anna Williams – Gymnastics and other Association Presidents

 

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