The president of the Cameroon Football Federation, Tombi a Roko Sidiki has announced that two of Camair-Co’s aircraft will be put into service for the transport of teams and officials during the Women’s Africa Cup of Nations. Tombi Sidiki whose presidency is still being contested made the announcement today the 17th of November 2016 in Yaoundé, the nation’s capital.
Tombi told the world that the 737 and the MA60 of the national airline have been made available by the government. Tombi Roko Sidiki participated in a press conference of the Confederation of African Football (CAF), which launched a campaign against marriage of teenage girls. Cameroon Intelligence Report learned that the Boeing 737 and an MA60 of the national airline will be operated by the organizing committee for air transport.
The Boeing 737 has a carrying capacity of 100 passengers while the MA60 can only transport 42 persons. Tombi a Roko said the first two flights will take place on the 19th and 20th of November 2016. In addition, eight large buses will be used to transport the different teams. The president of FECAFOOT also announced that two buses have been allocated to transport journalists.
By Sama Ernest