Paul Biya Stadium contractor Magil stands by for an $89m lifeline

Initially led by the Italian Gruppo Piccini, the Paul Biya Stadium construction site (pictured here in 2017-2018) is now being handled by Magil construction.
Initially led by the Italian Gruppo Piccini, the Paul Biya Stadium construction site (pictured here in 2017-2018) is now being handled by Magil construction. © Maeg
Canadian company Magil has been drawing on its own funds to carry out work on the Paul Biya Stadium, which is due to welcome the Africa Cup of Nations in January and February 2022. Now, it desperately wants to be paid. [...] (373 words)
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