The awaited inspection mission sent by CAF, will arrive Cameroon this Thursday 11 January 2018.
The team is made up of 10 members of the CAF executive committee and other individuals from an independent audit company.
Work starts tomorrow 12 January to run till 23 January 2018. Their objective is to see the level at which developments are, ahead of the upcoming AFCON, to be hosted by Cameroon.
Before this,Ã‚Â Minister Bidoung Mpkwatt had organized a conference on Wednesday 10 January to brief the public on the inspection mission's purpose and what he expects of them.
The Minister of Tourism and Leisure, Bello Bouba Maigari, equally chaired his own conference during which he assured the public and hotel managers that every thing will be set before 2019's AFCON.
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