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President Bio pledges support for Olympic dream during NOC/CGA-SLE visit to State House.




On Wednesday, January 17th, 2024, President Dr. Julius Maada Bio received a delegation from the National Olympic Committee/Commonwealth Games of Sierra Leone (NOC/CGA-SLE) at State House. The delegation, led by NOC-SLE President Prince Sualley, along with the Minister of Sports, Augusta James-Teima, and the Executive Director of the National Sports Authority (NSA), Dr. Kenneth Brima, presented President Bio with a comprehensive report on upcoming Olympic and Paralympic events, seeking his invaluable support and guidance.


During their discussion, the President demonstrated his unwavering commitment to Sierra Leone's athletes on the global stage, applauding their dedication and assuring them of the government's continued assistance in preparing and sending robust contingents to future competitions.


This meeting highlights the renewed focus on sports development within Sierra Leone, emphasizing the NOC/CGA-SLE's pivotal role in nurturing athletic talent and cultivating a fervent sense of national pride. With President Bio's resolute backing, Sierra Leone's athletes can confidently anticipate enhanced training facilities, augmented funding, and unwavering encouragement as they steadfastly pursue their Olympic dreams.



This news resonates deeply with Sierra Leoneans nationwide, kindling fervent hopes for future sporting triumphs while reinforcing the government's unwavering dedication to empowering its athletes. As the journey toward the 2024 Olympics and Paralympics steadily unfolds, this pivotal meeting auspiciously sets the stage for an exhilarating chapter in Sierra Leone's illustrious sporting history.


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