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Sierra Leonean Para Athletes Triumphantly Welcomed Back from Birmingham

The National Olympic Committee of Sierra Leone Headquarters welcomed Sierra Leone's para athletes, Arold Sheka Kamara (para powerlifter) and Rashidatu Mabinty Sesay (para table tennis player), to a triumphant reception.

Kamara, who secured second place in the GAPS Para Powerlifting competition in Birmingham, United Kingdom, expressed his elation and committed to striving for gold at the upcoming Paris Paralympic Games.

The event attracted disabled individuals who extended their support to the athletes. Alexander Thullah, Secretary General of the National Paralympic Committee of Sierra Leone, emphasized the Committee's delight in honoring the athletes for their exemplary representation of the nation.

Despite having one arm, Sesay, competing in the PTT4 Class, received a warm embrace. She secured second place in her category after overcoming competitors from Lesotho and Pakistan.

Unisa Deen Kargbo, Team Leader of the National Paralympic Committee of Sierra Leone, conveyed congratulations to the athletes on behalf of the Sierra Leonean government and its citizens.


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