Mauritania referee to officiate U-20 AFCON final between Ghana and Uganda

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Abdelaziz Bouh from Mauritania has been appointed for the Total U-20 Africa Cup of Nations final between Ghana and Uganda. The game will take place on Saturday, March 6, 2021 in at 20:00.

Bouh will be assisted by compatriot Hamedine Diba (Assistant Referee I), Abbes Akram Zerhouni from Algeria (Assistant Referee II), Ngwa Blaise Yuven from Cameroon (Fourth Official) and Chedad from Mauritania (Assistant Referee III/VAR). Wajdi Aouadi from Tunisia will serve as the match Commissioner.

Bouh took charge of Ghana’s Group C game against Morocco.

Other appointments are:

Jean Claude Birmushahu – Referee Assessor – Burundi

Kelly Athanasie Mukandanga – General Coordinator – Rwanda

Watson Edgar Nigel Suubi – Technical Study Group – Uganda

Dina Mohsen Medhat Hassan Radwan – Marketing Officer – Egypt

Lassana Camara – Media Officer – Mauritania

Ahmed Zakaria Enaam mohamed Saber – Security Officer – Egypt

Cyrille Serges Dah – Doping Control – Côte D’Ivoire

Ernest Ntadissi – Koussangata – Assistant General Coordinator – Congo


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