SEYCHELLES’S Bernard Camille will officiate the Caf Confederation 1/8th round first leg tie between AS Kigali and Morocco’s Difaa El Jadida slated for March 22 in Kigali.
The continental football body, Caf appointed the experienced referee to be in charge of the encounter and he will be assisted by country mates Hensley Dannu Petrousse and Eldrick Adelaide on the flanks while Nelson Ricky Emile is the fourth referee.
The match commissioner will be Tucci Guish from Eritrea.
Home side AS Kigali will be hoping to register a positive result against the Moroccan champions before heading to North Africa for a return leg in a week’s time.
They will miss vital services of impressive striker Bodo Ndikumana who was involved in a serious road accident and is reportedly in coma at University teaching hospital of Kigali [CHUK].
However, Coach Andre Gasambungo’s outfit might welcome back midfielder Muhammed Mushimiyimana who has not played for AS Kigali in continental matches due to an arm injury which he has been nursing for the past one month.
Ndikumana was on his way to join AS Kigali team camp on Saturday evening ahead of Sunday’s league match against Police when the motor cycle he was riding on was knocked by a vehicle.
The game itself ended in a 1-1 draw at Stade de Kigali. Police took the lead in the first half through Jerome Sina before skipper Jimmy Mbaraga netted a late equaliser for AS Kigali.
Hudu to oversee TP Mazembe-Sewe tie
Meanwhile Rwandan quartet led by Hudu Munyemana will handle the forthcoming Champions League match between Congolese giants TP Mazembe and Sewe Sport of Cote d’Ivoire.
The 1/8th first leg will be played in Kinshasa on March 22.
He will be assisted on the flanks by compatriots Theogene Ndagijimana and 2014 World Cup bound Felicien Kabanda, while Gervais Munyanziza will be the fourth official.