The communiqué, published at the end of a meeting held on Friday in the capital Yaounde, does not indicate the reasons for this revocation and does not specify more precisely the fate now reserved for the said arenas.
The Executive Committee of the Cameroon Football Federation (FECAFOOT) announced the full cancellation of partnership agreements with the US-based company Prime Potomac, in charge of stadium construction in the towns of Bamenda (North- West), Bagangté (West), Bafia (Center) and Sangmélima (South).
According to APA, the communiqué, published at the end of a meeting held on Friday in the country’s capital, Yaoundé, does not indicate the reasons for this revocation and does not specify the fate now reserved for them arenas.
“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 the cities of Bertoua (East) , Ngaoundere (Adamawa), Maroua (Far North) and Bafang (West), “we learn.
The “Forward” program, worth $5 million for each association and for a four-year cycle, is dedicated to investments in football projects (fields, competitions and women’s football).
As regards the agreement with Prime Potomac, in April 2016, it was materialized by the launch of the construction works of the 4 stadia today at the stop and which was to be completed after 6 months.