The Ghana Football Association has released a statement saying it cannot grant Sierra Leone access to the country for their qualifiers.
Sierra Leone had asked for permission to play some of its African Cup qualifiers in Ghana because of the Ebola outbreak at home.
The Confederation of African Football said in a statement on Tuesday that Sierra Leone indicated it wanted to move its home ties in the final qualifying round to Ghana.
Caf said the request had been made to Ghanaian authorities and â€˜necessary reviews are being undertaken.â€™
As Citi Sports reported earlier, the GFA have now responded, asking their West African neighbours to deal with the matter at a governmental level.
Statement in full
The Ghana Football Association (GFA) has received a request from our brothers at the Sierra Leone Football Association (SLFA) seeking to play their 2015 Â Africa Cup of Nations qualifying home matches in Accra.
Caf still has to rule if Guinea, the country believed to be the source of the outbreak, is allowed to play qualifiers at home.