The Cameroon Football Federation, Fecafoot has scheduled its elections for June 11 and have notified Fifa.
Fifa told Cameroon to hold elections and send feedback on June 6 following the suspension of elections on May 24.
The Prime Minister suspended elections at the federation for security reasons.
« Elections are planned to take lace in a weeks time, on June 11 », Fifa set the deadline for the federation to hold elections and send feedback on June 6.
« We have explained why June 11, the delegates must be convened seven days prior to the elections and we were unable to convened delegates in respect of this deadline », the communication officer told BBC Sport.
« Since the Fecafoot President who is suppose to convene the electorate was not around it was not possible to conduct elections before June 6, he adds.
The federation says a letter is also sent to the Sports Minister in respect of the deadline to convene the electorate for the ministry to designate commissioners for the elections.
Following a meeting yesterday, the Prime Minister is said to have instructed the Sport Minister to accompany the federation with the elections without conditionality.
The government is expected to provide the necessary security for the elections, in line with Fifa’s request.
Cameroon meets Togo for the 2014 World Cup qualifiers and would not want to see the country suspended.