34 countries will take part in the 2019 Lagos International Badminton Classics which serves off on Wednesday at the Teslim Balogun stadium.
The Lagos International Classics is the highest-ranked Badminton Championship in Africa with the prize money of 25,000 dollars.
With over 50 players expected to participate, Director-General of LSSC, Oluwatoyin Gafar says Lagos State is ready to host the world.
There will also be a two day seminar for Umpires put together by the Badminton World Federation in conjunction with the Nigeria Badminton Federation.
The classics is scheduled from July 24 to July 27.
Nigeria are expected to compete for honours at the five-day championships.