The qualifiers for the 2019 African Cup of nations have been completed with 24 countries making history to be part of the first ever expanded showpiece organized by CAF.
Seven times Champion Egypt, will play host to the event despite finishing top of their group. Also 3 North African countries made it which are Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco. While Mauritania from the Northwest Africa also qualified.
In West Africa, Nigeria make a return after missing out on the showpiece on two occasions. Seven other countries from the region that made it are Benin, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Ivory Coast, Mali and Senegal.
From the East Africa region, Burundi, Kenya, Madagascar, Tanzania and Zimbabwe got the slots.
In the Southern African region, three nations made it to the showpiece. They are Angola, Namibia and South Africa.
While in Central Africa, five times champion Cameroon gets the berth alongside DR Congo.
The draws for the final grouping will take place on Friday April 12, in Cairo Egypt.