The Old Edwardians Football Club extends its heartfelt condolences on the passing of the former president of the SLFA, Nahim Khadi.

In a statement, the club said, “It is with profound sadness that we report the passing of Mr. Nahim Khadi, a distinguished figure in Edwardian football and former President of the Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA). Mr. Khadi, who assumed the presidency in 2004, had an illustrious career as both a player for the national team, Leone Stars and as the Team Manager and Chairman of our beloved Old Edwardians Football Club. Under his leadership, the club achieved a remarkable league title victory in 1986.

The news of Mr. Nahim Khadi’s demise has deeply impacted the Old Edwardians Football Club, leaving a void that cannot be easily filled. He was a man of unparalleled integrity and an inspiration to many within the football community.

Chairman of Old Edwardians Football Club, Richard Hindolo Senessie, expressed his heartfelt condolences, stating, “Nahim Khadi was not only a dear friend but also a father figure known for his unwavering dedication to the sport. His passion for football was unmatched, and his loss is deeply felt. We pray that God grants the late Nahim Khadi eternal rest and provides strength to those he left behind to bear this profound loss.”

The Old Edwardians Football Club extends its deepest sympathies to the family of Nahim Khadi, as well as his friends and loved ones. During this difficult time, our thoughts are with all those affected by this tragic loss.

Mr. Nahim Khadi’s contributions to football in Sierra Leone and his role in shaping the sport will forever be remembered and cherished. The legacy he leaves behind will continue to inspire future generations of players, administrators, and fans alike. May his soul rest in peace.