Amaobi will face the West African country before competing with its regional rivals in September.
Former Gore-backed forwards Maddie Kegere and Jack Twicenge have been named in Rwanda’s 39-man squad to prepare for the World Cup qualifiers against Mali and Kenya.
Head coach Vincent Mashami named a temporary squad to prepare for the two Group E qualifiers against the West African country between September 1 and 3.
Amaobi will visit Mali between September 5-7 before facing the Harmby Stars.
“Now we know that the players we have invited are physically ready for international football and we will have a very difficult training schedule, especially in the first two days, and they will play for our opening game. Will be ready. ” Mashami said after naming the squad at the Ferofa headquarters in Kigali..
“We have the quality, the physical preparation and now we need to prepare the players mentally for this very difficult match.”
Emery Movikor – who helped Kenya’s Tasker secure a place in the Kiev Champions League – is among the goalkeepers who have been called up for the local score, which is dominated by local stars.
Goalkeepers.: Emery Movikor (Tusker FC, Kenya), Eric Ndishimi (), Clement Tweisere Bohake (Stroman IF, Norway), Fyakri Notari (AS Kigali, Rwanda) and Olivier Quizira
Bodyguard: Abdel Rutobaye (Schopie FK, Macedonia), Saleem Nersarike (Ararato FC, Armenia), Thierry Manzi (FC Dalaguri, Georgia), Fatina Omboringa (APRFC, Rwanda), Emmanuel Emanishimewe (FAR Rabat) , Egypt), Emery Basin (AS Kigali, Rwanda), Denis Rokondo (AS Kigali, Rwanda), Eric Rotanga (Police FC), Brian Klaus Ngwabej (SC Lyon, France), Clement New Janda (Raven Sports, Rwanda) ), Angie Mitsenzi, Christina Ashimoye (AS Kigali, Rwanda), Hassan Carrera (APRFC, Rwanda) and Foston Asingimana (Police FC, Rwanda)
Midfielders.: Olivier Neunzima, Kevin Mahair, Isaac Ningyaomova (Express, Uganda), Djahed Bezimana (KMS Denze, Belgium), Djabel Manishimova (APRFC, Rwanda), Martin Fabers Twizimiana (Police FC, Rwanda), Yannick Sukinzkonski), Rafael York (AFC Eskilstuna, Sweden), Eric Nsabimana (Police FC, Rwanda) and Haruna Niyonzima (AS Kigali, Rwanda)
Strikers: Muhadjiri Hakizimana (Police FC, Rwanda), Savio Dominique Nshuti (Police FC, Rwanda), Meddie Kagere (Simba SC, Tanzania), Jacques Tuyisenge (APR FC, Rwanda), Jean Bertrand Iradukunda (Gasogi United), Lague Byiringiro FC, Rwanda), Elaine Quitonda (APRFC, Rwanda), Yves Mugunga (APRFC, Rwanda), Onsme Twizerimana (Masanze FC) and Masoom Nishoti (APRFC).