By Godwin Aikigbe
The Chief Executive Officer and Founder of SAMDA, Tony Kona Fele, has patted the Cameroon team on the back following the conclusion of phase one of the football tournament in the country.
Elated Fele expressed his contentment in a short statement after the curtains were drawn on the first stage of the process that started on March 18 at Field Up Station Bamenda, the North West Regional Capital of Cameroon.
“This is the end of our face-to-face process in Cameroon.” “Iwould like to thank on behalf of all of us, the team Cameroon, for a job well done,” he stated.
Cameroon took the initiative for the football tournament, which featured male and female teams from secondary schools in notable African countries, including Ghana, Cote d’Ivoire, Liberia, and Nigeria.
The main objective of the exercise is to select talents from those countries to enjoy scholarships at various universities in the United States of America.
It is the first of several activities lined up by SAMDA to put a smile on the faces of African youth, the others being agriculture, education, and health.