- Bo Rangers have unveiled a stunning new clubhouse. Commissioned by President Julius Maada Bio on Friday.
Just over two years after the resumption of the Sierra Leone Premier League 2018/2019 seasons, the club became the first in Sierra Leone to have a clubhouse.
The impressive two-storey building includes a secretariat, hostels, a swimming pool, a hall and a gym powered by solar energy.
Top government dignitaries, including President Bio and Sports Minister Ibrahim Nyelenkeh, grace the occasion.
The eye-catching new facility was commissioned by President Maada Bio on Friday in a well-attended colourful ceremony.
“Today even makes a historic and epoch-making day in the history of Bo Rangers Football Club in particular and Sierra Leone football in general,” Babadi Kamara vehemently noted.
He pointed out that the club will continue to strive to better its economic woes.
Presently forth on the top-tier log, the big spenders were league leaders in the 2019/2020 season before it was declared null and void due to the Covid-19 Pandemic.
The Overview of the just-completed Bo Rangers Clubhouse is below.
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