Morocco 2024: CAF Names Ghanaian officials For Super Falcons, Cape Verde Clash


Ahead of the Super Falcons clash with their Cape Verdean counterparts in the 2024 Women Africa Cup of Nations final round, first leg qualifier, the Confederation of African Football has picked Ghanaian officials to handle the tie.

The qualifiers billed to hold at the MKO Abiola National Stadium on Thursday evening, would have Ghanaian official Ama Boateng-Nkansah as Referee, with her compatriots Doris Darko, Alice Chakule and Barikisu Salifu as Assistant Referee 1, Assistant Referee 2 and Fourth Official respectively.

Also, Oumou Sy from Guinea will be commissioner while Madeleine Somda from Burkina Faso will be the Referee Assessor.

For the return leg in Praia on Tuesday, 5th December, Liberian Sylvina Welma Garnett will be the Referee with her compatriot Hannah Moses as Assistant Referee 1. Sierra Leoneans Precious Amara and Humu Marah will be Assistant Referee 2 and Fourth Official respectively, while Oumou Souleymane Kane from Mauritania will serve as commissioner and Fadouma Dia from Senegal will be in the role of Referee Assessor.

The 13th edition of Africa’s flagship women football championship will be staged in Morocco in July next year.