Tuesday, December 4, 2018

CAN withdrawal: Ferdinand Ngoh Ngoh denied access to the presidency


Time has come. Following CAF's withdrawal from the organization of CAN 2019 in Cameroon, government officials involved in the implementation of the decisions to contribute to the realization of this sporting event to which the Cameroonian president was awarding a prize, are in the process of bad cotton.

The first to bear the brunt of this is the Secretary General of the Presidency of the Republic, Ferdinand Ngoh Ngoh, who was banned from entering the presidency on Saturday morning, on the formal instructions of President Paul Biya, who has the trouble to lead the humiliation of his country by the apex body of African football, despite having received the CAF President two months ago, and that he had reassured that his organization did not have a "plan B" to compensate for the delays taken by Cameroon in the construction of infrastructure. In other words, despite the slow pace of the work, CAF relied on Cameroon only for CAN 2019 to take place.

But Ferdinand Ngoh Ngoh who has been repeatedly accused of playing "hand brakes" in releasing funding for stadium construction work, and is suspected of being the godfather of one of the masters had been awarded the market for the rehabilitation of one of the stadiums planned to host chickens during the tournament, is not the only one that President Biya has in his sights.

The tenant of the palace of Etoudi would have, in order to prevent that some take the powder of escapes, instructed a prohibition of exit of the national territory for all the members of the government and assimilated, whereas it runs more and more the sound of an imminent reshuffle of the cabinet Philemon Yang, which should carry many ministers, in this case those who train noisy pans.

A government post-presidential election which will have to be put in order of battle to allow the president whose re-election is still the subject of many controversies, to carve a large majority in the National Assembly, and at least 4 / 5ths of the communes of the country, on the occasion of the legislative and municipal elections announced for the first half of 2019.


Source: cameroonvoice.com