Milla, Weah, Drogba others storm Lagos

No under 46 African football legends have affirmed their cooperation in the conflict of legends – a Charity/Peace football match being sorted out by Kanu Heart Foundation and Nelson Mandela Foundation for beneficent activities. George Weah, Didier Drogba and Roger Milla The match will hold in Lagos on April 29 at the Teslim Balogun Stadium. As indicated by a press proclamation by the General Secretary of the Local Organizing Committee of the occasion, Pastor Onyebuchi Abia, the match will include the best assembling of the mainland bests. Among the cosmic system of stars will be two previous world footballer of the year and European Award Victor George Weah of Liberia and Abedi “Pele” Ayew of Ghana.

Other expected legends include Patrick Mboma of Cameroon

  • Benny Mc Carthy (South Africa),
  • Anthony Baffoe (Ghana),
  • Kalusha Bwalya (Zambia),
  • Lucas Radebe and Mark Fish (South Africa)

Among others.

Likewise expected are Didier Drogba (Cote d’Ivoire)

  • Samuel Eto’o (Cameroon),
  • El-hadji Diouf (Senegal),
  • Benjani Mwaruwari (Zimbabwe),
  • Frédéric Kanouté (Mali),
  • Phil Masinga (South Africa),
  • Subside Ndlovu (Zimbabwe),
  • Samuel Kuffour of Ghana
  • Roger Milla of Cameroon

Their Nigerian partners will join them

  • Kanu Nwankwo,
  • Austin Jay Okocha,
  • Daniel Amokachi,
  • Celestine Babajaro,
  • Garba Lawal,
  • Victor Ikpeba,
  • Taribo West,
  • Uche Okechukwu,
  • Subside Rufai,
  • Emmanuel Amuneke
  • Samson Siasia.

Then corporate bodies, for example, MTN, Nigeria Breweries, the South African Embassy VFS Global have shown their readiness to be a piece of this occasion which the Legends of African are utilizing to create an impression against xenophobic assaults in the African landmass.