Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) has named the referees that will oversee the 2022 Africa Women Cup of Nations Qualifiers between Kenya and South Sudan on Wednesday.

 

Rwandese Salima Rhadia will be the center referee where she will be assisted by her compatriots Alice Umutesi and Speciose Nyinawabari who will be the first and second assistant referees respectively.

 

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Another Rwandese in Aline Umutoni will act as the Fourth Official as Aisha Nalule from Uganda will serve as the Match Commissioner; Kenya’s Doctor Wycliffe Makanga being the Covid 19 officer.

 

The first leg will take place on Wednesday at Nyayo Stadium with the return leg taking place at the same venue three days later owing to the unavailability of approved venues in South Sudan.

 

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