Top media personality Asmaa James has been appointed the new chairperson for Sierra Leone Women’s Premier League Board.
The Sierra Leone Football Association, SLFA unveiled the board at their secretariat on Friday ahead of the start of the female league this year.
Mrs James has been a prominent name across journalism circled in Sierra Leone. She currently serves as the station manager at Radio Democracy 98.1 FM.
Under her supervision, the board’s first task will be to drive forward female football across the nation.
Female football will receive a massive cash boost of 1.5 billion leones from the government of Sierra Leone, as per confirmation by the Minister of Sports Ibrahim Nyelenkeh.
The board is comprised of seven members. They are chairperson Asmaa James, Jenessi Matturi Secretary-General, Angela Gabbidon ESQ member, Jeneba Essekwi member, Daniella mansaray member, Zainab S Conteh, member and Emillia Kamara Jengo member.
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