Some of the misses in Sekondi had to be seen to be believed with the home team failing to convert several scoring opportunities from just a few yards in front of an unguarded goal.
TP Mazembe of the Democratic Republic of Congo, co-favourites with title-holders Etoile Sahel of Tunisia to win the competition, lead Group A with six points and Bejaia have four.
Group stage debutants Young Africans of Tanzania are pointless after suffering a second successive 1-0 group defeat, at home to Mazembe Tuesday.
Kawkab Marrakech of Morocco took a three-point Group B lead by winning 2-1 away to Al Ahly Tripoli of Libya.
Brazilian Luiz Jeferson Escher scored the second-half winner after Moroccan Mohammad El Fakih broke the deadlock and
Libyan Mohamed Al Ghannudi equalised from first-half penalties.
The match was switched from Tripoli to Tunis because of security concerns.
Etoile Sahel host FUS Rabat of Morocco in Sousse late Wednesday in the other Group B fixture.