Egyptian international and Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah is the winner of the 2017 African player of the year award. He’s handed the award this night in Accra, Ghana. He takes over from Algerian born Riyad Mahrez
About an hour ago, Hon. Wirba Joseph of the Jakiri Constituency wrote on Facebook: My people, Have been silent for a bit. That’s the Wirba you know. I don’t talk to impress, l talk to improve ! Needed the quiet moment after 6 months in exile to think and take the WirbaForce to a new playground ! My people we have a book coming! Welcome the WirbaForce chapters ! ….take the struggle the WirbaForce way to a new playground. – JW
Some people predicted that he wanted to announce his new agenda for his already cherished reaction to the “Anglophone Problem” in Cameroon.
But Hon. Wirba went further to announce a new book he’s written. He wrote this about twenty minutes ago on his Facebook page: My dear Southern Cameroonians, let’s take this to all corners of the internet, spread the word using hashtags #WirbaforceChapters #WirbaForce . Anyone with a post of the book cover page and hashtags that gets the highest number of shares and comments has a BIG surprise coming their way. Let’s go …….
Let’s wait for the content of the book.
The FECAFOOT Normalisation Committee has decided to part ways with the winner of the 2017 AFCON. Hugo Broos is no longer the coach of the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon. His contract was terminated Monday following a resolution of the Normalisation Committee, which currently manages the day-to-day affairs of the Cameroon Football Federation (Fécafoot). The Belgian technician leaves the Cameroonian team two months from the end of his contract (February 2018) Broos is accused of failing to qualify the Indomitable Lions for the 2018 World Cup in Russia. Arrived at the helm of the indomitable Lions in 2015, the former Club Brugge coach unexpectedly won the 2017 AFCON with Cameroon but reports also have it that he’s failed to respect clauses of his contract amongst which is his long stay abroad when he’s expected to be in Cameroon. His replacement is not yet announced.
Cameroon’s Minister of Higher Education Jacques Fame Ndongo has announced that President Paul Biya has added ‘bonus’ laptops to the much awaited 500000 promised to University students registered during the 2016/2017 academic year. Going by this new development, some laptops will be added to the 500000 promised and delayed to be delivered. The minister has only said that these to be added laptops will be given to students registered this 2017/2018 academic year but he’s not said the number of laptops to be added.
My comment: I think this is another delay tactic as it will certainly take more than a year to produce these ‘bonus’ laptops and consequently closed to two years to deliver all the promised laptops to students. The financial adjustments of the original contract with the Chinese laptops manufacturing firm and the timeframe of production is what I can’t say for now.
Let’s wait and see…