African football governing body, CAF has named referee Lazard Tsiba Kamba from Congo Brazzaville to be at the centre of Rwanda's Group H double header of the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against Mauritius.
Amavubi will travel to Port Louis on March 24, two days before the first leg match which will be played at Anjalay Stadium in Belle-Vue.
The 36-year old Kamba will be assisted by his compatriots; Tritton Franck Audiard Diawa (first assistant) and Sabhas Gislain Bantaba (second assistant) while Serge Flavien Soumou will be the fourth official.
Meanwhile, the return leg scheduled for March 29 in Kigali, will be handled by Namibian referee Jackson Pavaza, 32.
He will be assisted by compatriots Isaskar Boois as first assistant and Christof Alfred Vries as the second assistant, with Matheus Haihambo Gotlieb as the fourth referee.
Rwanda stands in second position with three points, level with third-placed Mauritius - both teams are three points behind leaders Ghana.