Crisis continue to perturb the smooth resumption of the League one championship in Cameroon thus affecting all stakeholders including FECAFOOT.
As a result FECAFOOT have this Tuesday published a release signed by the Secretary General of the Federation, Benjamin Didier Banlock with instructions from the president of the Federation,Seidou Mbombo Njoya instructing the Ad hoc committee in charge of defining a way forward for the Cameroon professional Football League to have their first working session this Wednesday.
The committee under the supervision of the 1st first president of FECAFOOT,Aboubakar Alim Konate will meet from 10:00 AM at the conference room of the Federation.
This comes just 24 hours after the president of the Federation signed another release instructing parties involved to do all to begin the League.
These are evidences to show how much the league is struggling to uphold the expected Standards and a pathway towards the end of an institution that was once adorable.
Last weekend non of the 8 League one games programmed across the country took place and 8 games counting for day match day two have been program across the country.
The coming to life of a Ad hoc is a strong signal of how much life is still left in the LFPC.
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