The Sierra Leone Football Association has on the Wednesday 7th December effective and immediately lifted the temporary suspension on Leone Star Striker and former Bo Rangers top scorer Musa Noah Kamara (Musa Tombo) and urges him to respect his contract in Libya and carefully follow the FIFA guiding principles and international transfer rules following an investigation that was conducted.
The suspension came about when Musa Noah Kamara (Musa Tombo) ditched his two and half year contract he signed with the Libyan top tier Al Ittihad.
The prolific striker was supposed to be earning $15,000 per month as a take home salary and other contractual benefits. Musa had to cut his stay short after he claimed to have gotten rapid gun shots from the neighborhood which left made him feel unsafe.
Musa Noah Kamara relinquished a similar contract in Sweden after the attacker cried about the harsh weather in the country which forced him to return back to Sierra Leone.
SLFA has urged Musa to honor the contract and carefully follow the FIFA guiding principles and international transfer rules.
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