The Amputee indomitable National Team has been existing for 4 years and is creating a new wave of capacity extension for people with disabilities in the world of football in Cameroon.
In the 18th century, people with disabilities had the “not belong” syndrome because they were excluded from so many societal activities just because they have some physical Challenges. They solicited behind minimal trades like shoe mending/fabrication, bits designing, and fashion designs.
The world has evolved in the 21st century and no disabled person has a reason to lament being excluded as they are becoming pace setters in sectors like journalism, Agriculture, business and NGOs. This is the case with the group of Ambitious disabled footballers who have embarked on taking Cameroon Amputee football Internationally.
The Amputee football was officially created in Cameroon on January 26, 2019, and was spearheaded by Ngala Maimo Wajiri (President), Dobgima Elvis (Vice President), Ndifor Joel (SG ) Usman Mustafa (Treasurer)
That same year they participated in their first Amputee African Cup Of Nations in Angola but failed to move to the second round. In 2021, they participated in their second Amputee African cup of nations which was held in Tanzania. They worked their way to Quarterfinals but were eliminated.
The Cameroon Amputee Football national team has an emblematic trainer known as Donald Mankwa a vibrant youth who hails from Donga Mantung in the North West Region of Cameroon. He has revealed his ultimate goal which is to win many trophies for Cameroon Amputee Football including the Amputee African Cup of Nations and Amputee World Cup.