Cameroon – Construction of Stadia: FECAFOOT president is already doubting.

Written by Deckson N.

The Executive Committee established this Monday, a Commission for monitoring and evaluation of the work of the company, Prime Potomac in construction sites of stadia in Bamenda, Bangangte, Bafia and Sangmelima.

The skeptics might be tempted to say that Tombi A Roko and his team began to have doubts about the competence of the company Prime Potomac to which, the Cameroon Football Federation (FECAFOOT) awarded in April, the burden of building synthetic turf stadia in Bamenda, Bangangte, Bafia and Sangmelima among others. On the field, the construction of these sensible sports facilities to be delivered by the end of October is stalled. Nothing or not much has been done.

So, anxious to fulfill the promises made at the time by the candidate Tombi A Roko Sidiki, the Executive Committee of the FECAFOOT decided on Monday at a meeting in Limbe, to establish an Ad Hoc Committee for monitoring and evaluation of work in construction sites, carried out by Mr. Ben Modo‘s company.

We signed a contract with an operator. Right now, we found that the pace of work is not really what we hoped. For this reason we have set up a Committee responsible to followup.  “said Tombi A Roko Sidiki, on leaving the meeting.

According to him, the good thing in these projects is that “the FECAFOOT has not paid a franc to this operator.

We believe in the agreement that was signed between the parties and we hope that it will be respected. What is certain is that we have the means of our policy namely, to sprout some stadia off the cities that were targeted, “he said before threatening.

“In case of any identified deficiencies, we will not hesitate to take responsibility. But what is certain is that at the end of our mandate, the commitments that have been made will be respected for at least 90%. “

That should put some pressure on construction sites.

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