Sesay who heads a nine-man interim SLFA executive committee following the decision of the majority of Sierra Leone football stakeholders to dissolve the Isha Johansen led executive said he was humbled and honored for the confidence the membership bestowed upon him to head the committee until they go to the polls in the next six months.
However, the founder and owner of premier league club; Anti Drugs Strikers said they will firmly resist any unpatriotic conduct or form of interference from anyone or entity.
“I would like to warn against acts of sabotage or interference as the committee buckles down to work. Any unpatriotic conduct would be stoutly resisted.”
He further stated that the committee would welcome dialogue on the development of football in the country and encourage anyone who has a genuine interest in the management of the game to start preparing for the next elective congress that will be held in next six months.
In another strong statement, the SLFA interim head stated: “We will encourage constructive dialogue for the good of the game but we will not negotiate out of fear. The current issue in SLFA is a constitutional matter and we will advice that we should all respect the rule of law; i.e the SLFA, FIFA, CAF statues.”
He also warned the dissolved SLFA executive committee to refrain from any further activities including the expenditure of SLFA funds, an issue he said they will address in due course.