The fight will curtain-raise the main bout between Kenneth Chinthenga and Evance Mukhuna at Big Bullets Clubhouse in Blantyre.
In another supporting about John Masamba will face Boniface Stenala. The three fights have been organised by self-proclaimed Malawiâ€™s Don Kingâ€”Mike Chitenje of Mulanje Last Boxing Promotions and will be sponsored by Chombe Tea.
Chikoya, 44, said he has intensified preparations for the bout and is training at Wanderers Club. He is being sponsored by Rodney Chatama of Zachilomwe Transport.
“I am determined to make an impressive comeback and I have been working very hard.
“I want to prove that while I might be down, but certainly not out. I believe this fight will be vital in my quest to relaunch my career,” said the former Africa Sports lightweight champion.
Chikoya said his focus now is on speed and endurance.
“Itâ€™s been sometime since I last fought and I am not getting any younger, but I am satisfied with my progress. I still have about five weeks to prepare for the bout and I am optimistic that I will be in good shape soon,” Chikoya said.
He last fought in July 2005â€”seven years to be preciseâ€”when he retired in the third round against Congolese Jean-Claude Kulufwamba.
Chikoya rose to fame in the mid 1990s when he beat Togolese Allan Edward Dick Kokou to be crowned Africa Sports lightweight champion.
Meanwhile, Chitenje has said preparations for the three bouts are at an advanced stage.
“I can assure boxing fans that they will watch exciting bouts because all the six boxers are determined to give out their best,” said Chitenje.