The Secretary General of the Sierra Leone premier league club, FC Kallon, Blamoh Robert on Thursday officially declared his intention to run for the Western Area Football Association (WAFA) chairmanship.
With the WAFA elections schedule for May 7-8, the FC Kallon scribe believes he is the right man to transform the association to a better organization because of his administrative prowess.
He said: “I am no longer a stranger in football administration, my track records are there to justify that since I took over as the head of the FC Kallon secretariat.”
“Football within our region is not attractive that is why our clubs are starving we need to bring a new look into the football industry and I believe I am the right person to lead WAFA to that pathway.”
Robert also revealed that the support and trust from the other members prompted him to make a final decision to run for the position.
Others are yet to make official declarations for the influential position but it is believed that the current chairman, Abdul Hamid Kanasieu wants to seek re-election.
The two days annual ordinary congress would be staged at the Western Area Rural District Council Hall, Old Road-Waterloo.