By: James Kamara-Manneh

In a significant development for the sports landscape, Dr. Emmanuel Saffa Abdulai Esq, renowned CEO of Luawa FC, has been appointed as the new Executive Director of the National Sport Authority (NSA). This announcement comes as Dr. Abdulai steps into the shoes of the outgoing Executive Director, Dr. Kenneth Brima, who has steered the NSA for over five years.

Dr. Abdulai, a legal luminary and experienced sports administrator, expressed both enthusiasm and a sense of challenge as he assumes his new role. Describing it as a “huge task,” he is poised to take on the responsibilities immediately, emphasizing his commitment to making the NSA function optimally.

In an exclusive interview, Dr. Abdulai outlined his strategic vision for the NSA, emphasizing the pivotal role it plays in the development of sports nationwide. He pledged to delve into the core functions of the institution to identify areas for improvement and expedite the growth of sports in the country.

The appointment of Dr. Abdulai has ignited optimism for the future of the NSA among stakeholders and sports enthusiasts alike. With his wealth of experience and unwavering dedication, coupled with his track record of success at Luawa FC, there is a palpable sense of anticipation for the transformative initiatives he will spearhead at the NSA.

As Dr. Abdulai assumes leadership, the sports community eagerly awaits the dawn of a new era marked by innovation, efficiency, and unparalleled progress under his stewardship.

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