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2020 World Military Women Football Cup: CISM inspects Cameroon’s infrastructure



YAOUNDE (CMR) - Ahead of the 2020 edition of the World Military Women Football competition to be hosted by Cameroon, an inspection team from the International Military Sports Council visited Cameroun to in the country to assess the level of Cameroon’s readiness. The delegation led by Colonel Abdulraheem Bello, the CISM World Football Cup Project Manager, was first received in audience on April 9, 2019 by the Minister Delegate at the Presidency in charge of Defense, Joseph Beti Assomo, after which the team visited the Military Hospital, Military Training ground, other health establishments and stadium.



Welcoming the CISM Delegation in Cameroon, Minister Joseph Beti Assomo said Cameroon is deeply committed and is taking the necessary measures to ensure that the upcoming 12th edition of the military women football tournament is organised in all security in accordance with international standards. He noted that security, sports complexes, hotels for accommodation and the necessary infrastructure are in place for the jamboree to unfold peacefully with participants from five continents. A solid rational and structured coordination with competent ministries and structures, the Minister said, exists already.



Colonel Abdulraheem Bello on his part said the essence of his visit to Cameroon is to ascertain the level of preparedness of Cameroon and make sure the mega event is hosted successfully. “We are going to focus basically on the accommodation for the athletes, playing grounds, logistics and security, health inclusive,” he stated.



While noting that it’s a tradition for the International Military Sports Council to inspect sites prelude to the event, he said he was thus far satisfied with the health and training grounds visited. The Nigerian Colonel was presented with the different mobile medical vans, ambulances and other medical equipment available. Colonel Abdulraheem Bello also visited hotels earmarked to accommodate athletes and complete his tour to the different stadium. The competition is expected to begin at the end of June 2020 and will be taking place in the town of Yaounde, reason why the inspection visit is limited only to the capital city.


(Source: https://www.cameroon-tribune.cm)