The newly elected executive committee of Western Area Football Association (WAFA) has vowed to work relentlessly together with its membership to give a facelift to and improve football within the region and the country by extension.
Friday's February 3rd 2017 election at the Siaka Steven Stadium in Freetown brought an end to the long awaited tussle and much talked about WAFA congress which was postponed about six times.
'The decision by the delegate speaks volume, we must now work as a family and change the perception people have about our beautiful game," Evangelist Buck who pulled over 56 vote of the 78 available vote to defeat Christian Massaquoi said.
Chairman Foday Turay who replaced Abdul Amin Kanasieu believes his executive can create a huge difference in the administration of the game if everybody in the football family team up as one and called for unity.
The experienced football administrator sees off competition from Samuel Blamoh Roberts with the latter pulling 52 votes while the former registered 26 votes.
Augustine Kambo was approved as the associations treasurer as he went unopposed the same for the four other Ex-officio members; Abirr Bangura, Junisa Tony Kallon, Abu Mallay Conteh and Ahmed Samba Turay.
The new executive will run the affairs of the association until 2021.