Yet-to-be-confirmed reports suggest that 89 out of 90 buses the Cameroon government purchased for the just-ended 2021 Africa Cup of Nations have gone missing.
There is also suspicion of hijacking of the buses that transported the footballers.
The newspaper L’anecdote, published in Yaoundé, speaks of “89 buses missing”.
In fact, two months after the official closing ceremony of the 33rd edition of the African Cup of Nations football contested in Cameroon, the vehicles acquired for the transport of the various delegations that took part in this competition remain untraceable. Of the 90 buses put into service on the occasion of this continental event, only that of the Indomitable Lions remains identifiable.
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