3, April 2017
The Biya Francophone government has said that it wants to know what actually caused the scandal that took place on Tuesday 28 March in the lair of the indomitable Lions, before taking any sanctions and measures to prevent the occurrence of another one. Cameroon Concord News understands, the Minister of Sports and Physical Education, Bidoung Mkpat has summoned Tombi A Roko the President of the Cameroon Football Federation, Fécafoot and Hugo Broos the head coach of the national team.
On Tuesday 28 March 2017 at the Parker Hotel in Brussels in Belgium, Cameroon’s national football team was refused entrance to the hotel’s restaurant for unpaid invoice. In a press conference after the match against Guinea Conakry, the coach of the indomitable Lions, Hugo Broos profited and exposed the shortcomings registered since his appointment over a year ago.
Yaoundé had not even started managing the fallout of the hotel scandal when the player Oyongo Bitolo complained the next day that he was abandoned at the airport in Brussels by those who were in charge of organizing his return trip to Canada. The meeting announced for tomorrow Tuesday 04 April 2017 with the Minister of Sports and Physical Education is simply another CPDM tactics to play down the shame and embarrassment that came with the Brussels scandal.
By Eyong Johnson