The coach refused to take questions on the issue while announcing the list, saying his responsibility was to lead his side to the encounter and not to talk about quarrels.
The Cameroon Football Federation (Fecafoot) has denied the existence of such plots and described the accusations from the four-time African Footballer of the Year as baseless.
Caf president Issa Hayato, who is also a Cameroonian, said in an interview last week he couldn’t figure out why officials of Fecafoot would want to harm the player.
Aurelien Chedjou of French club Lille, Queens Park Rangers midfielder Stephane Mbia and Thailand based Mbuta Andogcho were also invited.
Cameroon are third in Group I with three points while Togo sit at the bottom with one point.
|Coton Sport||Coton Sport|
|Charles Itandje||PAOK Salonique|
|Benoit Angbwa||FC Rostov|
|Benoit Assou Ekotto||Tottenham|
|Pierre Wome Nlend||Canon Yaounde|
|Mbuta Andogcho||US Army|
|Achille Emana||Al Hilal|
|Jean II Makoun||Rennes|
|Leonard Kweukeu||Sparta Prague|
|Eric Choupo Moting||Mayence|
|Yannick Ndjeng||FC Sion|