BBC NewsThe Confederation of African football's (Caf) first vice-president, Amaju Pinnick, has backed Cameroon's preparations to host the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations.
Pinnick is chairman of Caf's Nations Cup Organising Committee and was part of its latest fact-finding visit to Cameroon that concluded on Monday.
There have been concerns about Cameroon's preparations ever since Caf President Ahmad said last August that the country would "have work to convince" African football's rulers that it was ready.
"The president of Caf, Ahmad, is 100% in support of what is happening here. I've been giving him updates and he's very excited about it," Pinnick told BBC Sport.