Cameroonian Government Considers Reduction Of Concerts By Foreigners

The Cameroonian government is considering reduction of concerts that are performed by foreign entertainers amidst the Covid-19 pandemic.

The Cameroonian Prime Minister, Joseph Dion Ngute, had directed the Minister of Arts and Culture to limit the concerts that foreigners come to organize in Cameroon.

He said: “More and more concerts are organized in our country by foreign artists. Remember that very recently the Congolese Fally Ipupa held two concerts in the cities of Douala and Yaoundé.

“And after him it’s Koffi Olomide who is in Cameroon for a concert.”

The Head of the Cameroonian government noted that during all these events, there is a relaxation in the respect of barrier measures.

He stated that with the current situation in the country, the time has come for mobilization and scrupulous compliance with the barrier measures published by the World Health Organization, and adherence to Minister of Health’s directives.







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