Cameroon – Omnisports Stadia: Company in charge wants to seize the CONAC if FECAFOOT attacks!

Written by Deckson N.

While the president of the FECAFOOT and his Executive Committee established an Ad Hoc Committee to monitor and evaluate the company Prime Potomac on construction sites of stadia in some cities in Cameroon, the boss of that company as to him, promises to seize the CONAC.

Nothing seems to be going well between Tombi A Roko Sidiki and Ben Modo. The purpose of the crisis being the slow pace of the company, Prime Potomac in the construction of modern stadia of the Cameroon Football Federation (FECAFOOT). It all started with the resolutions taken by the FECAFOOT Executive Committee which decided on 6 September in Limbe, to establish an Ad Hoc Committee of monitoring and evaluation of the work of the company of Mr. Ben Modo.

We found that the pace of work is not the one we hoped for. For this reason we have set up a Committee responsible to followup. “said Tombi A Roko Sidiki, on leaving the meeting.

Modo: “I will seize the CONAC

But the problem is the warning from the boss of FECAFOOT.

In case of failure being recorded, we will not hesitate to take responsibility. But what is certain is that end of our mandate, the commitments that have been made will be respected for at least 90%, ” Tombi promised.

Probably because four months after the poses of the first stones, little has been done be it in Bamenda, Bangangte, Bafia or Sangmelima. Facts that according to Ben Modo, do not not result from his company, but from the mistakes of the FECAFOOT itself.

We never had the facilities necessary to advance in the work,” recently said the engineer.

I have never received the order letter that was to be given to me by the FECAFOOT in order to finance the projects,” he reveals.

Meanwhile for nearly two months he proclaimed in the media and to anyone who would listen, for having received all the necessary guarantees and that the work was stopped “because of a problem of standards.

Pending further developments, the partner of FECAFOOT who says he wants to continue his work, promises to appeal to the National Anti-Corruption Commission (CONAC).

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