The full sponsorship package was not revealed but according to Wyndham-who is presently ranked third in Africa, President Koroma’s sponsorship will cover his air-fare, accommodation and for the first time per-diem.
“The President’s assistance came at the right time and I am grateful for that. This shows my effort over the years in representing Sierra Leone with support from Mercury International did not go in vain,” Wyndham said.
Wyndham who will turn 25 years later this month is expected to compete against the top five players from each continent when the tournament itself will gets underway from March 17 to 21.
After failing to attend last this year’s US Open Paralympics Championship in December 2014 due to the country’s current Ebola crises, this will mark Wyndham-who already have six medals in his cabinet’s first international tournament in 2015.