Tuesday, December 4, 2018

CAN 2019 in Cameroon: Paul Biya still believes in it in spite of withdrawal


The government continues to prepare for the finals of the 2019 African Nations Cup of Nations in the hope of a hypothetical turnaround.

As usual. While the CAF Executive Committee took the decision Friday, November 30, 2018 to withdraw the organization of the final phase of the CAN 2019 football in Cameroon because of the delay in the construction of infrastructure, the Cameroonian government, after having blamed, continues to prepare in the hope of a hypothetical reversal of the situation.

Yesterday Monday, December 03, 2018, the governors of the Regions of Littoral and West, respectively president of the site of Douala and Bafoussam, made descents in the construction sites or rehabilitation of the stadiums to encourage the continuation of the works.

On the same spear, the Prime Minister, head of government, President of the National Council of Tourism (CNT), is holding Tuesday, December 4 in the building housing its services, the 19th session of the said council.

In his communiqué announcing this meeting, the Secretary General of the Prime Minister's Office, indicates that the work will have as theme "The excellence of Cameroonian cuisine as an element of attractiveness of our destination on the occasion of CAN 2019".

The agenda that was decided before the decision to withdraw the next CAN in Cameroon, will probably be reviewed and corrected in the presence of representatives of the public sector, the private sector and civil society, members of the CNT.


Source: cameroon-info.net