Football stars Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi might be making their first visit to Nigeria in May.
The duo have been added to the list of world football stars to feature in an exhibition match against human trafficking, insurgency and terrorism in Nigeria.
The match according to the organisers will be played on May 21 in Abuja.
It is understood that FIFA and Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) have sanctioned the initiative tagged: Africa My Africa.
This initiative is from next2none, a non-profit making organisation who say they agaare out to use football to promote global security and fight against human trafficking.
While addressing journalists in Abuja, the organisers say the novelty match will be between Africa Stars Vs World Stars and it will feature other household names including Zinedine Zidane, Ruud Gullit, Ronaldinho, George Weah, Samuel Kuffour, Samuel Eto’o, Abedi Pele, Nwankwo Kanu, Austin Jay Jay Okocha and Thierry Henry.
Also listed are the likes of David Beckham, Didier Drogba and a cluster of female footballers such as Sydney Leroux, Asisat Oshoala, Birgit Prinz, Sun Wen, Abby Wanbach, Homare Sawa, Kelly Smith, Marta, Alex Morgan, Hope Solo, Toni Duggan, Anouk Hoogendijk, Nayeli Rangel, Lauren Sesselmann, Julia Simic and Corine Petit.