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Cameroon: AFCON Organizing Committee print and erect wrongly spelled  Banner in Limbe for the world to see

A simple banner to print and they still get it all wrong with the spelling. Probably printed in Yaounde and Douala, and transported to Limbe to be imposed on Anglophone Cameroonians.

The whole team appointed by the Yaounde regime was unable to see this mistake.Most probably, there is surely no English speaking indivual amongst them.They boldly printed banners, transported the banners , erected them in Limbe with no one noticing the grave spelling error of AFCON.So AFCON has become ACON?


There are officials from AFCON, Fifa and representatives of other Countries expected to attend the championship in Limbe.

The Women's African Cup of Nations football tournament, AFCON, begins in Cameroon on November 19, 2016, with the host cities being Yaounde and Limbe.

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