The Black Stars will arrive in Kigali on Thursday afternoon for their 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Rwanda.
The senior national team have been holding training sessions in Congo Brazzaville since Tuesday’s friendly against the Red Devils and are now set to fly out to Kigali for their second group H qualifying game.
Ghana recorded a 3-2 win over Congo Brazzaville in an international friendly on Tuesday in a match which was to unveil the Central African country’s new 60,000 capacity Stadium.
Coach Avram Grant’s side are currently leading Group H after thrashing Mauritius 7-1 in the opening qualifier two months ago in Accra.
The second group match has been scheduled for the Amahoro Stadium in Kigali on Saturday with Mauritius also set to take on Mozambique in the other group match.