Arcangeline Fouodji Sonkbou of Cameroon waves to the crowd after competing during the Women's 69kg final during Weightlifting on day four of the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games at Carrara Sports and Leisure Centre on April 8, 2018 on the Gold Coast, Australia.
The fresh decision was taking after eight athletes suddenly disappeared from Team Cameroon at the event.
The three weightlifters and five boxers were last seen at different times on Monday and Tuesday, he said.
Day 7 of the ongoing Commonwealth Games in Australia produced largely mixed results for team Ghana as the Female Hockey team exited the competition with their 3rd straight defeat in the competition.
Weightlifter Olivier Matam and boxers Ndzie Tchoyi and Simplice Fotsala have not been found since they failed to take part in their respective competitions this week.
"In the meantime, the other two weightlifters of the delegation, along with the basketball players and officials, have already left Australia and are presently airborne for Cameroon", he added.
Nso said Cameroon team officials had notified the Australian police, as well as state officials back in Cameroon.
Although the Australian Border Force has been informed, the athletes are not yet in breach of their visa conditions. The number of girls playing in Australia - we have that experience now. I believe they will be working on baton exchange although I would have preferred if it was done longer.
The Indians also did poorly with the penalty corners as they squandered seven of the nine set pieces they earned over the course of the match.
And 24 African athletes went missing after the Melbourne Commonwealth Games in 2006, with 14 from Sierra Leone being given asylum and eventually settling in Sydney.
"They are keeping a watching brief on these athletes", she said.
However, Commonwealth Games Federation CEO, David Grevemberg, says the situation is disappointing but maintained that the athletes free to travel within the country until the expiration of their visas next month.
During the London 2012 Olympics, seven left the athletes village.
Organising committee manager Peter Beattie urged the athletes to return and implored them not to disregard laws that are in place.
Meanwhile, New Zealand - who have won a gold or silver in every Commonwealth Games - look a shattered team in retreat.
Illegal immigration is a highly contentious political issue in Australia and Peter Dutton, the country's Home Affairs Minister, issued a warning to athletes in January that they would be deported if they overstayed.