By Angu Lesley
Football Writer kick442.com-Cameroon
Newly-elected CAF president Dr Patrice Motsepe must find a new schedule to visit Cameroon as the initial plan to be in the Central African nation just after leaving Morocco over the weekend can no longer holder.
Sources say duty elsewhere including a presser on Tuesday, March 16 in his native South Africa have forced a change in initial plans.
Dr Patrice Motsepe will only visit Cameroon sometime later as kick442.com understands he prioritizes Samuel Eto’o and Roger Milla’s country in his planned Continental tour.
CAF’s vote vice-president Prince Seidou Mbombo Njoya voted CAF ExCom member and appointed vice-president last weekend returned to Cameroon on Monday to a warm reception.
Just like his predecessors, Motsepe is expected to be close to CAF member Associations and its stakeholders to achieve success within his four-year mandate at the helm of the most powerful football institution on the continent.
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