The reunification stadium in Douala is set to host the World Cup Qualifiers game between Central African Rep and Cape Verde next month.
Close to 24 countries in the continent had their stadiums rejected by CAF and this caused CAF to shift the start of the competitions to September.
Some countries were able to do some rehabilitation in their stadiums for CAF approval, and some countries like Ghana, Senegal, Lesotho and South Sudan had theirs endorsed.
But the lights of Central African Rep, Guinea Bissau, Namibia, Niger, Malawi and Djibouti had theirs still rejected and will all have to play their home games in selected stadiums in the continent.
The case study is Central African Rep who have chosen the Reunification Stadium for the second time to host their home qualifying match against Cape Verde in September.
It should be noted that, Central African Rep hosted Morocco during in the AFCON qualifiers in November last at the Reunification Stadium in Douala.
Central African Rep are in group C in the FIFA World Cup Qualifiers alongside Nigeria, Liberia and Cape Verde.