Nigeria will begin its quest to participate in the 2024 Olympic Games rugby event scheduled for Paris, France on September 16.
The Black Stallions will face Kenya, Zambia and Namibia in the Africa qualifiers in Zimbabwe.
The draw for the fixtures was released by the Rugby Afrique for the tournament on Friday.
The two-day qualifiers will be held from September 16 to 17, 2023.
Nigeria takes on the Shujas of Kenya on September 16, before taking on Zambia and then the Welwitschias of Namibia.
Nigeria finished second at the pre-Olympic qualifiers in Mauritius earlier in the year where they lost to Algeria in the final
The Black Stallions lost in the final to Algeria 24-5 having defeated Ghana 24-7 in the opening match before beating Burundi 43 -14 and in the last pool match blew apart Congo 43-0.
Nigeria is hoping to make it to the Olympics after shocking the world in 2014 by qualifying for the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland with Steve Lewis in charge.