Mr. Bernard Camille from the Indian Ocean island of Seychelles has been appointed by the Confederation of African Football as Referee for this weekend’s CAF Confederation Cup second round, first leg match between Warri Wolves of Nigeria and FCMK of Democratic Republic of Congo.
Camille’s compatriots, Hensley Danny Petrousse, Jean Joseph Felix Ernesta and Nelson Emile Fred will serve as 1st Assistant, 2nd Assistant and Reserve Referee respectively.
The Match Commissioner is Alhaji Mukaila Adamu Hassan from Ghana.
Wolves have overcome Racing Club Bobo-Dioulasso of Burkina Faso and Dedebit FC of Ethiopia to reach this stage, while FCMK famously walloped Ahly Shandy of Sudan to make the second round.
Nigerian official Joshua Opeyemi Amao will be Referee for the clash between ASEC Mimosas of Cote d’Ivoire and Onze Createurs of Mali in Abidjan, in the same competition, with fellow Nigerians Peter Edibe, Abel Baba and Abubakar Ago as 1st Assistant, 2nd Assistant and Reserve Referee respectively. Former FIFA referee Mohamed Guezzaz from Morocco will be Match Commissioner.
Also in action is former NFF President, General Dominic Oneya (rtd), who is Match Commissioner for the clash between Hearts of Oak and Djoliba FC of Mali in Accra.