Nigeria foes, Rwanda hit Tunisia for pre-CHAN camping

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The Amavubi has arrived in north African nation for their final preparation camping ahead of the 2018 African Nations Championship in Morocco

Rwanda men's national team landed in Tunis ahead of their 10-day camping ahead of this month's 2018 African Nations Championship billed for Morocco.

The 31-man delegation made up of 23 players and eight officials landed in Tunisia's capital city on Tuesday morning hours after they left Kigali on Monday enroute Doha.

On Friday, head coach Antoine Hey, whose side will face Nigeria, Libya and Equatorial Guinea in Group C named their final 23-man squad for the tournament scheduled to hold between January 13 to February 4.

During their stay in Tunis, the Amavubi will play two friendlies against Sudan on January 5 and Algeria on January 10 before they depart for Tangier, venue of their CHAN opener a day later.

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Rwanda will open their campaign against Nigeria at the Stade Ibn Batouta on January 15 before they face Equatorial Guinea and later Libya.

Rwanda Full Squad

Ndayishimiye Eric, Nzarora Marcel, Kimenyi Yves, Usengimana Faustin, Manzi Thierry, Kayumba Soter, Rutanga Eric, Iradukunda Eric, Fitina Omborenga, Ndayishimiye Celestin, Rugwiro Herve, Mbogo Ally, Mukunzi Yannick, Bizimana Djihad, Nshimiyimana Amran, Niyonzima Ally, Imanishimwe Djabel, Hakizimana Muhadjiri, Nshuti Savio Dominique, Nshuti Innocent, Mico Justin, Biramahire Abeddy and Mubumbyi Barnabe.

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