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Friday, 23 May 2014
BLACK SOCIAL HISTORY : AFRO-SIERRA LEONEAN " ALIMAMY SESAY " NICKNAMED "OKOMI" IS A SIERRA LEONEAN INTERNATIONAL FOOTBALLER CURRENTLY PLAYING AS A WINGER FOR KALLON F.C. IN THE SIERRA LEONE NATIONAL PREMIER LEAGUE, THE TOP FOOTBALL LEAGUE IN SIERRA LEONE : GOES INTO THE " HALL OF BLACK GENIUS "
BLACK SOCIAL HISTORY Alimamy Sesay (born March 24, 1987 in Bo, Sierra Leone) nickname Okomi, is a Sierra Leonean international footballer currently playing as a winger for Kallon F.C. in the Sierra Leone National Premier League, the top football league in Sierra Leone.
Alimamy Sesay, commonly known by his nickname Okomi was born and raised in Bo, the second largest city in Sierra Leone toTemne parents. Between the year 2001 to 2003 Okomi was rated as one of the best teenage footballers in Sierra Leone. He joined top Sierra Leonean football club F.C. Kallon in 2003 at the age of 16. During his first season in the Sierra Leone National Premier League, he was named the best young player in the Premier League under the age of 23 and was among the best players overall in the Premier League. Alimamy Sesay help Kallon won their first Premier League championship in 2006 season and will also feature for them in the 2006-2007 CAF Champions League. Alimamy Sesay is more commonly known as Okomi in Sierra Leone.
Sesay was a key player for the Sierra Leone under-17 team that took second place behind Cameroon at the 2003 African-17 Championship tournament held in Swaziland. He also played in all three games for Sierra Leone at the 2003 FIFA U-17 World Championship in Finland. He made his senior international debut for Sierra Leone on October 7, 2006 as the Leone Stars were defeated 2-0 away in Benin in a 2008 African Nations Cup qualifier.