#Qatar2022: touched by their testimonies, Samuel Eto’o decides to invite two students to Qatar.

The president of the Cameroon Football Federation Samuel Eto’o Fils has decided to make student Auguste Ngassam and pupil Tikum Diella his personal guests for the next World Cup.

During the launching ceremony of the project to build 10 stadiums in Cameroon in partnership with the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) which was held yesterday August 4, 2022, the president of the Cameroon Football Federation (Fecafoot ) Samuel Eto’o Fils made an announcement which mainly delighted a student from the University of Yaoundé 1 in Language and Communication Sciences and a student from a college in Yaoundé. The Fecafoot boss has decided to bring them to Qatar for the World Cup as his personal guests. It turns out that Samuel Eto’o Fils was touched by the testimonies “soaked in a good dose of emotion from Auguste Ngassam and Tikum Diella during the ceremony. Their testimonies highlighted the values ​​of sport.

As for the construction project of the 10 stadiums mentioned above, we learned that it is contained in the strategic partnership between Fecafoot and UNDP. The said project was launched in Yaoundé in the presence of the Minister Delegate to the Minister of Finance, the Secretary General of the Ministry of Sports and Physical Education and several ambassadors and heads of diplomatic missions accredited to Cameroon.

“A ceremony furnished with several speeches. After the welcome speech of the 4th Deputy of the Yaoundé City Hall, the Resident Representative of the UNDP presented the project which will enable Cameroon to acquire 10 local stadiums throughout the national territory. Jean-Luc STALON announces the availability of funds for the first two stadiums (BAMENDA and KOUSSERI) for an amount of nearly 1.5 billion CFA francs. However, he invites the social partners, the federations and the donors to come together to seek a little more than 7 billion CFA francs necessary for the construction of the other 8 stadiums, ”reports Fecafoot.