They were all gathered in Brazzaville last week to touch base with the rules, regulations and qualifying methods of the games as well as inspect Congo’s own state of preparation for the continental showpiece.
Asked to explain his mission, Mendy said the All Africa Games is perhaps the most pan African sporting event to which all nations on the continent must go. “It is very much on the agenda and plate of the African Union and it is important that it is properly organised. This first meeting of the Chef de missions will be followed by another in June,” he said.
Mr Mendy said he and his colleagues from the continent have toured all the facilities to be used in the games and are geimages/nerally satisfied with the pace of work in preparing them. The All Africa Games will begin in Brazzaville on September 4 and runs until September 19.]]>