The Confederation of African Football (CAF) have brought forward the draw for the 2016 CHAN Championship to take place in Rwanda to November 15.
CAF announced on Sunday that the draw in Kigali will now be staged three days earlier than the originally date slated for, which is November 18.
The 16 teams to compete are now complete with Cameroon beating Congo on aggregate to qualify on Sunday.
The other countries that made it to the finals in Rwanda are: hosts Rwanda, Angola, DR Congo, Gabon, Ethiopia, Guinea, Cote d’Ivoire, Mali, Morocco, Niger, Nigeria, Tunisia, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
The tournament, reserved for players featuring in their home leagues, will be played from January 16 to February 7 in three Rwandan cities of Kigali, Gisenyi and Butare..