CHAN Preparations: CAF delegation to inspect sporting Infrastructures in Buea and Limbe on October 30, 2020.

A powerful CAF delegation  will visit the  South West Region of Cameroon to inspect the sporting Infrastructures in Buea and Limbe to host the African Nations Championship (CHAN) to be hosted by Cameroon in January next year. 

The powerful delegation started their four day work in Yaounde where they visited the Yaounde Military stadium,  the Amadou Ahijou stadium plus its annex and the Olembe sports complex.

After the Yaounde inspection,  the CAF delegation disqualified the Yaounde Military stadium due to its poor state because it was used to quarantine victims of COVID-19 .  However the Amadou Ahijou stadium and its annex have been maintained for the competition.

The CAF delegation will then visit Buea and Limbe tomorrow but with the Military stadium in Yaounde already disqualified,  there are also fears that the Molyko Omnisport Stadium could be disqualified as well.

The Molyko Omnisport Stadium

The poor state of the stadium was noticed  during the visit of Sports Minister,  Prof Narcisse Mouele few weeks ago.

The sports minister and his team were not happy with the poor state of the pitch of the Molyko Omnisports Stadium which used to be the best in the region.

The Stadium director,  Mr Njonge Mbua was questioned bitterly to give an account on why the sudden deteriorating nature of the pitch.

With the Military stadium in Yaounde already disqualified due to the poor state of its pitch, the Molyko omnisports Stadium might be another victim.

It should be noted that if the Molyko Omnisport Stadium is disqualified,  then the teams to lodge at the Buea Parliamentarian flat could be move to Limbe.

The delegation will also visit Limbe where the sporting Infrastructures are in good shape.

Hotels,  health facilities and other infrastructures will be under inspection.

The four days CAF visit will end on October 31, 2020.



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