EPA02 BARCELONA/MADRID (ESPAÑA), 12/4/2012.- Combo de fotografías del delantero argentino del FC Barcelona Lionel "Leo" Messi (i) (fotografía tomada el 3 de abril de 2012 en Barcelona) y del delantero portugués Cristiano Ronaldo (d) (fechada el 24 de marzo de 2012 en Madrid) celebrando sendos goles. Messi y Ronaldo protagonizan una lucha por el 'pichichi' (mayor goleador) de la Liga. EFE/Andreu Dalmau/Ballesteros

Reigning FIFA World Footballer of the Year, Cristiano Ronaldo, five times FIFA World footballer of the year, Lionel Messi, Real Madrid Coach, Zinedine Zidane, former African Footballer of the Year, Abedi Ayew Pele, among others are set for an international novelty football match in Abuja, between the African football stars and the rest of the World aimed at campaigning against trafficking, insurgency and terrorism.

The match which will be played at the Abuja National Stadium on May 21 is being organized by Next2None Support Initiative with the theme; Africa My Africa.

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Addressing the media in Abuja over the weekend, chairman of Next2None Support initiative, Barr. Ndukwe Sam Obu said his organization decided to use football for its campaign because it speaks the language of love, peace, hope and unity.

According to him, other such football icons like Diego Maradona of Argentina, Ruud Gulit, former African and World footballer of the year, George Opone Weah, Thierry Henry, former African footballer of the year, Nwankwo Kanu and former Super Eagles captain, Austin Jay Jay Okocha amongst others have confirmed their arrival for the match.

Ndukwe further said since most of the victims of human trafficking with those that play football, the event will help them know that they can do other meaningful activities.