The Black Stars left Yaounde on Sunday morning to Garoua to prepare for the final game in Group C against Comoros on Tuesday.
Ghana’s contingent in Cameroon left Yaounde on Sunday morning to Garoua with a flight to prepare ahead of the last game of Group C against Comoros scheduled for Tuesday.
The Black Stars have picked only a point after two games and would need to defeat Comoros to stand a chance of making it out of the group as runners up or one of the best four third-place countries.
Ajax Amsterdam youngster Kudus Mohammed is still yet to arrive in camp due to the injury he sustained last year and Benjamin Tetteh will also miss the game.
Tetteh was handed a three-game ban by CAF after he was captured in a video punching a Gabon player.
The lanky striker can only play for Ghana if the Black Stars reach the semifinals of the competition.
The Ghanaian supporters and journalists are expected to travel by road from Yaounde to Garoua and the journey will last approximately 18 hours.
Barring any last minute changes, the supporters are expected to spend almost a day on the road as they head north of Cameroon to throw their support behind the Black Stars who are in dire need of a win.