Before the Games opened on 4 April, Australia's Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton warned that athletes would be closely monitored to ensure they did not overstay their visas and that they returned home after competition ended.
The missing athletes are weightlifters Olivier Matam Matam, Arcangeline Fouodji Sonkbou and Petit Minkoumba, and boxers Christian Ndzie Tsoye, Simplice Fotsala, Arsene Fokou, Ulrich Yombo and Christelle Ndiang.
Peter Dutton said that if the athletes did not leave the country by May 15, he would track them down and "lock them in a local watch house" until they could be deported.
Flamboyant Australian Aaron Wilson did his best Cristiano Ronaldo impression by tearing his shirt off after winning Commonwealth Games gold - in the genteel sport of lawn bowls.
"It's Australia's medal - this is for Australia", Wilson said.
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He said there would be "consequences", and the responsibility for them lies with Washington , London and Paris. But Mattis said that the US had not detected any retaliatory action from Russian Federation or Iran so far.
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Amateur victor was even par through four and even par for the tournament, which is where the cut line would end up by day's end. He was imposed a two-shot penalty for touching sand with his hand in a bunker while thinking he was on the greenside fringe.
Authorities have held talks with local African community leaders, who say they have not had any contact from the missing athletes.
The Commonwealth Games Federation (CGF) has confirmed reports that athletes from Rwanda and Uganda have also gone missing along with two squash players from Sierra Leone.
"It happens at every Games and it's not a surprise".
"Right now we are anxious about the safety and welfare of the athletes and we are taking this very seriously and monitoring the situation with team Cameroon". "There are mechanisms in place and they haven't breached their visas".
In February Home Affairs minister Peter Dutton warned games visitors including athletes and officials, must abide by their visa conditions or else face outcome under Australian law.