Former Chelsea player Salomon Kalou and Ex-South Africa defender Lucas Radebe will conduct the Total Energies Africa Cup of group stage qualifying draw.
The draw will be conducted on Tuesday, April, 2022.
Kalou and Radebe will assist Confederation of African Football Director of competitions Samson Adamu for the draw.
Kalou is a former AFCON winner with Ivory Coast during the 2015 edition that was held in Equatorial Guinea. The former Chelsea forward played at six AFCON tournaments 2008, 2010, 2012, 2013, 2015 and 2017.
Radebe also a former Leeds United defender won the competition with South Africa in 1996 and featured at the continental showpiece four times 1996, 1998, 2000 and 2002.
Meanwhile, 40 nations are to be drawn in 12 groups of 4 teams with the top teams advancing to the 2023 AFCON showpiece that will be staged in Ivory Coast. The qualification campaign will kickoff in June this year.