Controversial Botswana referee Joshua Bondo has been appointed to officiate Ghana’s final game in the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying with Kenya on Saturday, March 23.
The 41-year-old is returning to Ghana some seven months after his last game in the country – a Caf Confederation Cup group stage fixture between Aduana Stars and ASEC Mimosas in Dormaa.
Bondo will be assisted by his countrymen Meshack Medupi and Moemedi Godfrey Monakwane on the lines with Tshepo Mokani Gobagoga also acting as fourth official for the match.
The Black Stars’ game with Harambee Stars is scheduled for the Accra Sports Stadium.
Both Ghana and Kenya have already qualified for the Nations Cup in Egypt later in June but Coach Kwasi Appiah’s men have revenge on their minds after suffering a 1-0 defeat in the reverse fixture in September 2018. The winner of this encounter also tops Group F of the qualifiers.