The Bamenda Omnisports Stadium is already under construction. camfoot.com made a trip to the site in order to see how far the project has gone since the announcement of latter.
According to information obtained, construction work started on Tuesday. On site, fifteen workers and maneuver are striving to dig pits, where the foundation shall be laid. Despite the snail’s speed, the manager and colleagues said to be doing everything they can to catch up.
Local residents are laughing at this. There is no doubt, for some of them, that it is only a stage prepared by officials of Prime Potomac and those of FECAFOOT, since the media were interested in the issue.
With shovels, pickaxes and other tools side, they dig the earth with some enthusiasm, especially after seeing the strangers equipped with cameras approach. “The stadium will be fully covered, so we’ll dig around to locate the poles,” explains a staff of the company in charge. “It was last Tuesday that we restarted work after laying the first stone in the last few months,” he adds.
His comments contrast with those of the residents. “They picked up children from the neighborhood to dig all this. There is nothing out there There is no machine on site, let alone responsible for the company in charge of building the stadium. The one you see there who said to be a staff of the company is an official of the Ministry of Sports. He often works to the field… There is no Prime Potomac, it’s fake, “tells us our interlocutor.
The images we have received are enough talking in terms of the labor used. It is to wonder if some of these young people are not minors. Under the sun, virtually chinless beard, emerging muscles, they dig, carry and carries the soil with concentration, until exhaustion.