The Ministry of Sports has given money to elite football clubs for them to transform to limited liability companies.
Elite clubs each received FCFA 1million to transform to limited liability companies, one of the prerequisites of becoming professional.
This is one of the decisions of the Ad hoc commission put in place by the Minister of Sports and Physical Education, Adoum Garoua to solve the recent crisis between the club presidents and the football league.
The local championship suspended following the tug of war between club presidents and the President of the Cameroon Professional Football League, Semengue would resume next week end.
The general assembly of the league has been convened for Monday to examine the case of the Secretary General, Francis Laibe Wapi, sacked on April 29 by Semengue.
The Commission headed by the Secretary General of the Ministry of Sports and Physical Education, Emmanuel Wonyu had as members, representatives of clubs, the bureau of clubs, the league, and the ministry.