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The intermediate lions representing Cameroon in Morocco for the CHAN 2018, have been held back in a draw against Guinea Conakry.
The Cameroonian intermediate Lions squad arrived Casablanca in Morocco on Monday 1st January 2018 to take part in the upcoming African Nations Chhampionship.
Some Cameroonian authorities who used to work in the Cameroon embassy in the United States of America, have refused to com back to the country and commence duty at their new posts.
Gervais Bindzi, a former diplomat at the Cameroon embassy in the United States of America, who was recently appointed at the Ministry of External relations in Douala, and Omar Chimoun appointed Director of American affairs at the Ministry of External relations, are still in the United states, months after news of their appointments.
The Parish pastor of the Presbyterian church in Nkolbison Yaounde, has been found dead after he went missing.
Rev. Ewala Jeremiah is reported to have been found dead in a pool of blood behind his Parish church.
During an ANAFOOT conference, at the Ahmadou Ahidjo stadium, which took place on 20 December, for the adoption of the academy's budget, Director General, Enow Ngachu, said training of kids will be free but they will have to pay for the training kits.
He said the amount will range from 40, 000 Fcfa to 100, 000 Fcfa.
Former captain of indomitable lions has said that, what is wrecking the Cameroon National team is not the coach.
Stephane Mbia was speaking to RFI during one of their sports program 'Radio foot" and revealed that according to him, it is the Cameroon Football Federation (FECAFOOT) and the Minister of Sports and Physical Education that are destabilizing the lion's den.