By Angu Lesley
There is a likelihood that Kumba which is historically a football loving city in Southwest Cameroon could get a stadium of its own if all goes as planned.
The move was discussed last Sunday, August 28 as officials of Southwest FECAFOOT lead by vice president Hon. Fritz Etoke paid a courtesy visit to the
Paramount ruler of the Bafaws, Nfon Ekoko Mukete IV.
During the visit Fon Mukete IV confirmed the allocation of a piece of land to FECAFOOT in the city of Kumba.
The gesture comes at a time the Samuel Eto’o- led FECAFOOT has embarked on a project to construct football infrastructures across the country to enhance development of the game.
Though formalities about the Kumba land initiative are yet to be completed, it is already a move to the right direction as many are those who have clamoured for Kumba to be rewarded for its love for the game through the construction of a befitting Stadium.
As it stands, Limbe and Buea are the only towns in Southwest Cameroon who have modern pitches.
If all goes as the status quo have it, then Kumba, the place which was once the center of regional, if not national football through Golden Soap or Meme Works as many call PWD will soon have its own modern niche for growth and development of the game.
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