Malian official Boubou Traore has been appointed as the referee for Ghana’s final group game against Comoros in the ongoing Africa Cup of Nations.
The 36-year-old will be assisted by Issa Yaya from Chad (Assistant I), Mahamadou Yahaya Gado from Niger (Assistant II) and Issa SY from Senegal (Fourth Official).
The Confederation of African Football has also appointed Youssouf Guedi Guirreh from Djibouti as the Match Commissioner while Ali Mohamed Ahmed from Somalia serves as Referee Assessor.
The match is scheduled for a 7 pm kick off at the Omnisports Roumde Adjia stadium in Garoua on Tuesday. January 18, 2022.
Other appointed officials include:
Titus Haimbili Kunamuene - General Coordinator - Namibia
Lucas Radebe - Technical Study Group - South Africa
Emmanuel Amuneke - Technical Study Group - Nigeria
Yvonne Namai Mukabana - Marketing Officer - Kenya
Mamadou Diallo - Marketing Officer - Mali
Desmond Katongo - Media Officer - Zambia
Inas Mazhar - Media Officer - Egypt
Mohamed Dellagi - Security Officer - Tunisia
Xolile Nokuthula Vilakati - Security Officer - Eswatini
Mustapha Ghorbal - Video Assistant Referee - Algeria
Abdelhak Etchiali - Assistant VAR - Algeria
David Kofi Prince Pambo - Doping Control - Ghana
Imade El Fahouss - Assistant General Coordinator - Morocco
Moussa Baba Djaouro - COVID-19 Officer - Cameroon