After picking a 1-1 draw against Djibouti side Arta Solar 7 at the El Hadji Hassan Gouled Stadium in Djibouti on Saturday, Tusker will host the second leg in Nairobi this weekend.
Ibrahim scored an early goal for the Kenya Premier League champions before the hosts netted through Traore.
Tusker alias the Brewers will have to capitalize on home advantage in the return match and secure at least a goalless draw or a win to book a place in the following round.
Rwandese goalkeeper Emery Mvuyekure who made a number of saves as the hosts attacked their territory all through the match. Former U23 midfielder Teddy Osok was brought in for Tusker's scorer Joshua Ibrahim.
Goalkeeper Mvuyekure was booked as he tried to eat into the playing time - a move aimed at killing the match's pressure.
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