The President of the Confederation of African Football (Caf), Patrice Motsepe, has repeated that the deferred Africa Cup of Nations will go on as arranged.
Motsepe was talking with under three weeks until the competition starts off as he visited Yaounde’s Olembe Stadium, which will have the initial match on 9 January.
His remarks came as theory continues that the finals will be postponed further or even dropped in light of the most recent issues with the worldwide Covid-19 pandemic.
“I will be in Cameroon on 7 January with my significant other and children to observe this extraordinary contest,” Motsepe demanded Monday.
“You can see that there’s an enormous responsibility and a concentration to ensure that there’s great advancement.
“We will have with individuals of Cameroon an excellent competition.
It will be the best Afcon. We are prepared to show the world the best of African football and African cordiality.
“This competition is significant for individuals of Africa and I’m so glad thus invigorated with the work done.”
The 59-year old appeared to be amazed by the proceeded with tales encompassing the 24-group finals.
“We need to trust in our kin,” the Caf manager said.
“We need to quit being the ones that need certainty and are continually communicating adverse perspectives on our kin.
“All around the world there are rivalries with challenges however we must be more hopeful in light of the fact that occasionally we are over condemning of ourselves.
“Assuming we’re not going to believe in the thing we do, who will believe in us?
“Here Africans should put stock in Africans.
We can have a football contest that is just about as great as you can find in Europe and the world.”
Cameroon had been scheduled to have the 2019 Nations Cup, yet the nation was deprived of facilitating freedoms in November 2018 with Caf referring to delays in the country’s groundwork for the competition.