Fans of legendary PWD of Bamenda have on Monday afternoon reached a new height.
Barely 24 hours before the club’s day 16 clash against “stubborn at home” Avion of Nkam in Ngueme-Limbe,The club’s supporters on a campaign to see the club ascend to elite one top up their voluntary support to 1 Million FCFA on Monday afternoon.

In a slow but serious campaign dubbed “operation 8” on the team’s various social media platforms especially it’s fans Watssap and Facebook pages.The fans reached the 1 Million FCFA mark in a campaign that has not last up to a month.

Operation 8 just like operation 7 in the first round of the championship is a campaign created by fans of the club to raise additional bonus to the club’s current crop of players should the club go for 8 games without defeat from match day 15.

This same campaign worked magic in the first round of the championship as with operation 7 PWD only lost their first game in match day 10 in a 2 nil away to AS Etoa Meki in Yaoundé.

Fans of the club currently topping the league 2 standings have once again shown how much love they have for their darling “P-Ton Ton”

Coach Jean Baptiste Touguem and Star man Dhobit Clovis’ PWD Bamenda face 3rd place Avion of Nkam on Tuesday afternoon at the Ngueme Annex stadium. With 31 points to the clubs points account PWD needs just 21 more points to return to the top flight competition for the first time since 2004.

Avion have won all home games this season while PWD have defeated all other top four clubs in the league this season.
Avion’s Duo of Mfegue George and Aime Gerard Mangolo have 14 league goals between them facing the second best attacking club this season in PWD of John Paul and Dhobit Clovis on 9 goals makes for a great encounter.

PWD’s head of media division Abongwa Fozo told on Monday that, management is extremely happy with the fans love for their team. He went further to say other fans around the world can follow the large PWD Bamenda’s activities and support the club by getting to it’s head of media division through the digits 677287244.

PWD of Bamenda arrived Limbe on Sunday and did their first recognizance training session on Monday morning in Ngueme.