The Confederation of African Football Women's football organising committee will meet today to decide whether to strip Ghana of the hosting rights of the 2018 African Women's Nations Cup or not.
The continent's football governing body, CAF declared that a final decision will be taken this month when a meeting of the tournament's organising committee is held in Egypt after receiving inspection visit reports.
Despite the MoYS's confidence that Ghana will retain its hosting rights, there is no hiding the fact that the continental body has real concerns over the pace of work in the preparations.
Defending champions, Nigeria, 2016 hosts and runners-up, Cameroun, 2012 champions, Equatorial Guinea, Algeria, South Africa, Zambia and Mali have all qualified for the tournament, and will by the hosts for the two-week competition which will also serve as the 2019 Women's World Cup qualifier.
The top three teams of the AWCON 2018, will qualify to represent the continent at the WWC to be staged in France.