Yaoundé - 25 May 2020 -

AFCON 2019: Cameroon to complete works in due time, despite the withdrawal of organization

AFCON 2019: Cameroon to complete works in due time, despite the withdrawal of organization
  • Comments   -   Friday, 07 December 2018 15:29

(Business in Cameroon) - Following CAF’s decision to withdraw from Cameroon the organization of the African Cup of Nations (AFCON) 2019, the Cameroonian habitat minister (Minhdu), Jean Claude Mbwentchou, announced works will however be delivered in due time. The announcement followed a meeting with the heads of companies in charge of these works, Dec 4 in Yaoundé.

Companies reaffirmed their commitment to complete works entrusted them in due time. These include road works to be closed in March 2019 at the latest, and the rehabilitation works for January 2019,” the minister said.

As a consequence, the minister of habitat and development reassures national and international opinion that the works will be completed in total serenity by companies,” the minister's statement revealed.


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