By Beng Emmanuel
Cameron’s Minister of Sport and Physical Education,Prof Narcisse Mouelle Kombi says he is ‘ expecting more progress’ at the Olembe Sport Complex where the evolution of work is impressive.
He has also called on more effort from construction company MAGIL to help complete works before the next inspection visit from the Confederation of African Football CAF.
“Things are moving well inspite of the Coronavirus context. We are expecting more progress in the next weeks”-Narcisse Mouelle Kombi told press men in Yaoundé.
This assessment was made on Tuesday May 12, during an inspection visit to the side.
The 60,000 capacity stadium will host fixtures of the 2021 African Cup of Nations and will be among the largest stadia on the continent.
Franck Mathiere, MAGIL Construction director of international operations briefed the sports boss alongside the Canadian High Commissioner HE Richard Bale and the Governor of the centre region Naseri Paul Bea about the rate of construction works.
He revealed that construction works at the two annex play ground stand at 98% complete while the main stadium where germinated grace has begun growing is more than 80% complete. The stands are also set and painted in national colours.
Over 1000 employees will ensure the respect of work schedule to ensure the stadium is completed within the giving time frame and delivered to Cameroon.
It was revealed during the visit,that more equipment and personnel will be made available once the borders are reopened.
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