By Angu Lesley
Football Writer, Cameroon.

36 year old Cameroonian Referee Ngwa Blaise and his team of officials have left Cameroon this morning for Equatorial Guinea where they will take charge of the return leg World Cup Qualifiers game pitting Equatorial Guinea against visiting South Sudan this Sunday in Malabo.

The first leg game earlier in the week ended on aa 1 all score and CAF has picked Ngwa Blaise and his all Cameroonian team of match officials to manage the rest of the tie.

They have to replace the initially appointed officials for the match.

Referee: Ngwa Blaise Yuven

Assistant Referee 1: Enyegue Pierre

Assistant Referee 2: Ekokobe Ernest

4th official: Antoine Depadoux Esouma Effa

The above team of officials is a collection of the near best of the rest in the the land carefully taking after the Alioum Sidi generation in their activities.

36 year old Blaise has been a FIFA referee since 2017 but 2019 has seen CAF trusting him more as he delivers to full capacity everytime he is given a responsibility.

Blaise was one of the match officials at the Under 17 in Tanzania earlier this year and return home with an outstanding output.

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Two weeks ago he was in Chad for a CAF Confederation Cup game before returning home to take charge of matches in the just ended national inter-pools championship, and next week he is expected in Benin as he has been assigned to take charge of an all important CAF Confederation Cup play offs game pitting ESAE FC of Benin to Salitas FC of Burkina Faso.

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