89 buses have gone missing in Cameroon two months after the closing ceremony of 2021 African Cup of Nations held in the Central African country, Cameroon
Two months after the closing of the 33rd edition of the Africa Cup of Nations showpiece in Cameroon, the buses purchased for the transportation of the National teams and delegations that took part in AFCON 2021 remain unclear according to the Cameroonian Daily L’Anecdote.
The Cameroonian government have been put on red alert following news that buses acquired to transport the National teams and delegation that participated in the 33rd edition of AFCON remain untraceable.
Local media reports that out of a total of 90 buses put into circulation for the occasion, only that of the Indomitable Lions which the team is using for their home games can be accounted for.
The buses which arrived Cameroon December 23, 2021, were received by the Minister of Transport, Jean Earnest Massena at an official ceremony in Douala.
This won’t be first time such report coming from Cameroon after hosting the 2021 AFCON which saw Senegal winning their first ever AFCON trophy seeing off Egypt in the finals.
Reports earlier claimed the Cameroon government is yet to pay some workers of the 2021 AFCON before the mysterious disappearance of 89 buses used for the tournament.