Bo Rangers Football Clubhouse Unveiled
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Bo Rangers Football Clubhouse Unveiled

Bo Rangers Football Clubhouse Unveiled

Bo Rangers Football Clubhouse Unveiled 

By State House Media and Communications Unit

His Excellency President Dr Julius Maada Bio has officially opened the Bo Rangers Football Clubhouse and Secretariat in Bo City, Southern Sierra Leone.

Chairman Board of Directors of the Bo Rangers Football Club, Hon. PC Prince Lappia Boima, thanked President Bio for gracing the occasion and for injecting a new spirit into Sierra Leone football, noting that many young people, who had taken football as their career, were fully engaged in the country.

He added that spectators and football fans in the country would always remain grateful to President Bio for reviving football.

PC Boima also thanked the Executive Director of the Club, Babadi Kamara, for his disciplined leadership and for transforming the club into an enviable one.

Executive Chairman of Bo Rangers Football Club, Babadi Kamara, said he was happy to have superintended the work.

He added that he was also happy that the official opening of the clubhouse facility, the new home of their team, was being commissioned by the first gentleman of the Republic, His Excellency, the President, Dr Julius Maada Bio. He noted that the idea was about “bringing joy to people’s lives, particularly the football family.”

“Today’s event marks an epoch-making day in the history of Bo Rangers Football Club in particular and Sierra Leone football in general. It symbolises our ambition and vision of football excellence as well as reinforces our executive’s determination to achieve our objectives. Today, we thank Allah for the blessings He has showered on this club and those who’ve served it over the years. We ask for Allah’s blessings on those who will use this facility in the years ahead,” he noted.

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