Currently under construction in the economic capital, they benefit from the support of the German Foreign Ministry.
The African Cup of Nations is fast approaching and Cameroon wants to be close to welcoming the countries that will take part in the competition as well as tourists. To do this, about thirty police officers are being trained today in the city of Douala to strengthen their capacities. They are being retrained in first aid techniques in order to reassure and protect the populations during the African football match to be held from January 9 to February 6, 2022. The project was funded by the German Foreign Ministry and implemented by GIZ, according to national television.
On the Yaoundé side, a terrorist attack simulation exercise was carried out a few days ago at Nsimalen International Airport by the security forces who used the equipment made available to them to do so. Although it is only a test, the governor of the Central Region, Naseri Paul Bea, welcomed this progress at a time when Cameroon is preparing to host the 33rd edition of the CAN.