The president of the Sierra Leone Football Association Mr. Thomas Daddy Brima has on Thursday, March 17th, 2022 pledged SLFA commitment in working with the Sports Writer Association of Sierra Leone (SWASAL).

After SWASAL paid a visit to the Sierra Leone Football Association’s President after assuming office since elected.

During the visit, the president of the Sports Writer Association Sierra Leone Sahr Morris Jr. thanked the President of SLFA for his time and support during the just concluded AFCON in which SWASAL members were allowed to be a part of the delegation.

He further explained to president Thomas Daddy Brima that SWASAL is the only recognized sporting body that is responsible for reporting sports in the country and its membership curt across the country.
President Morris affirms that SWASAL’s commitment to supporting and promoting the football association as a partnership drives development. He concludes by calling on the SLFA President to see how best they will be given SWASAL constant opportunity to cover the national team’s in the different categories.

In addendum, the vice president of SWASAL Mohamed Bah expressed his thanks to the SLFA President and team for the support during the concluded AFCON and expressed concern for more support going forward.

Responding to the SWASAL president’s statements, the President of the Sierra Leone Football Association Mr. Thomas Daddy Brima, thanked SWASAL for their patience because since he assumed office SWASAL has been making tremendous efforts to see the president .”One thing I will say to you SLFA is ready to work with SWASAL and any information you want you can come to the office and get it.”

He said that the reason why he did not reach out to SWASAL is that he did not want to be seen as if he is buying favor. “ Our doors are opened to you and we will see how best we continue to put SWASAL members along with our trips.”

The President called on SWASAL executives to continue to encourage their members to be professional in doing what they love best and for the Association not seen as bad people.