The Executive Committee of the Cameroon Football Federation, FECAFOOT has in a communiqué published on Friday June 14 stopped the construction of the ongoing Bamenda Olympic stadium of the North West Region of Cameroon.
The communiqué released at the end of a meeting in Yaoundé does not clearly state the reason for this action.
FECAFOOT announced the annulment of the partnership ties which existed with US-based Company Prime Potomac signed in April 2016 to handle construction works of some 4 stadia to be completed after 6 months: Bamenda , Bagangté, Bafia and Sangmélima.
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APA reports that On the other hand, it validates the contract by objectives under the Forward program of the International Federation of Football. Association (FIFA), relating to the construction of synthetic turf fields in the municipal stadia of these cities.
The Forward program, worth $5 million for each association and for a four-year cycle, is dedicated to investments in football projects including fields, competitions and womens football. Any further construction work is yet to be declared on these play grounds
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