Djibouti referee Souleiman Ahmed Djama will be at the centre when the Super Eagles take on the Warriors of Zimbabwe at the Huye Stadium, Butare, on Sunday.
Djama will be assisted by his compatriots Liban Abdoulrazack Ahmed (assistant referee 1), Rachid Waiss Bouraleh (assistant referee 2) and Mohamed Diraneh Guedi (fourth official).
Eritrea’s Yohannes Ghirmai Ghebregziabher will be the match assessor, while Raphael Lyson Humba from Malawi has been appointed the match commissioner.
The Super Eagles and Warriors started their 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifying campaign with a draw against Lesotho and Rwanda, respectively.
Nigeria played out a 1-1 draw with Lesotho, while Zimbabwe held Rwanda 0-0 away.
The two countries will be desperate to secure their first win in the qualifiers when they clash at the Huye Stadium, Butare.
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