Coach Thomas Libih's boys at the Kigali Memorial

The Under 17 Lions of Cameroon have visited the historic Genocide Memorial infrastructure in Kigali in the early hours of this Friday.

The baby Lions have been in the Rwandan city of Kigali for over a week perfecting their preapration for the Upcoming Under 17 AFCON tournament in Tanzania. Coach Thomas Libih and his boys decided to visit the memorial before training their Friday training session in the afternoon.

The team was accompanied by members of the Cameroon delegation currently with the team in Rwanda.

The team dropped a bouquet of flowers on the top graves in the memorial before visiting the different historic areas of the infrastructure.


Family photo after the visit
Lions drop flowers on top Graves

The Lions over spent over an hour at the center before returning to their base at Dove Hotel.

The memorial is has been created in memory Tutsi people who were massacre in the 1994 Genocide in Rwanda. Rwanda will have a memorial of  those that died in the sad event from this Sunday.

The baby Lions have won a lot of fans in just a week in East Africa using the style of football the team play and the quiet nature of the team that reflects the behaviour of the staff guiding the team.

Cameroon participated in the FERWAFA & BINEWA Sports Management Invitational tournament and won one of their two matches.

The team will trained this afternoon ahead of a friendly game against a local side on Saturday before their departure to Tanzania on Sunday.


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