13/03/2011 07:26:07
Ngando Pickett wants to get to Senegal by road
Ngando Pickett, the mascot of the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon has decided to get to Senegal by road.
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In 15 days, Cameroon will cross swords with Senegal in Dakar as part of the 3rd day of qualifiers for the Orange Gabon, Equatorial Guinea 2012 ACN. To provide support to the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon, the famous fan Ngando Pickett, decided to take the trip to Dakar, but by road. Thus, according to the comical fan, the start is scheduled for the 10th or 12th March in the company of 10 members of his band "the march toward victory."

It is a journey that will lead over ten days, Pickett and his group in Dakar via Douala, Calabar, Lagos, Cotonou, Natitingou, Ouagadougou, Bobo-Dioulasso, Bamako, Kayes, Diboli and Tambacounda. "I would like to take this road, not because there is no plane, but to restore calm in the Indomitable Lions, a way to tell Cameroonians that they should love their team, we have to be welded behind our team. It is an extremely difficult match for us.  The Indomitable Lions should believe that in playing in Dakar, it is like they are playing in Cameroon. That's why I want to do my utmost for us to win this game, " justified the fiery support.

Let’s note that Ngando Pickett is not at his first happy experience. According to him, in 2000, he helped the Lions win the African Cup, taking the road to support them in Ghana and Nigeria. The mascot of Cameroon also remembers the travel to Abidjan in 2005. Côte d'Ivoire was receiving Cameroon in the furnace of Stade Felix Houphouet-Boigny as part of the penultimate round of qualifiers of 2006 World Cup. The Indomitable Lions then imposed themselves 3-2. "The stadium was full of Ivorians, but I gathered all Cameroonians, I have harangued and we won this game," recalled Pickett.
The man with "big red, yellow-green shorts" colors of the flag of Cameroon intends to meet its compatriots living in communities located on his way to explain the merits of its mission. Interventions on radio and television stations in West Africa are also scheduled. For now, Ngando Pickett still awaits the reaction of corporate companies, whose support he hopes to get.

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