Maseru-Khiba Mohoanyane and Mokhosi Mohapi have flown to Ethiopia for the Confederation of African Football (CAF) presidential elections.
The duo who are Lesotho Football Association (LeFA) First Vice President and Secretary General respectively said they would assess the situation while in Ethiopia during the final campaign for the candidates contesting the Caf Presidential elections before deciding on which candidate to vote for.
Mohapi has previously declined to name LeFA's preferred candidate saying they have not yet taken a decision.
However other CAF member countries have made their intention clear ahead of the elections in which the incumbent, Issa Hayatou is seeking re-election. He will vie against Ahmad Ahmad, the Madagascar Football Association boss.
Hayatou has led Caf for 29 years.