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Mr Eazi seeks more collaboration in education, sports



Nigeria’s afrobeats artiste and entrepreneur, Oluwatosin Ajibade, popularly known as Mr Eazi, has called for more collaborations in education and sports in Africa.

Mr Eazi said this in an interview with our correspondent in Lagos on Tuesday.

“As we grow in life, there’s this self awareness that drives us into new passion, education is the bedrock of any forward thinking nation, as Africans I believe we need to be more deliberate about creating the right environment for learning.

“I recently visited Rwanda, engaging in several significant events and meetings.

One of my highlight was attending the NBA Basketball Africa League (BAL) finals between the champions Petrol De Luanda and Al Ahly ly.

“This event showcased the best of African basketball talent, and undoubtedly my presence underscored support for the continent’s sports growth and development,” he said.

Mr Eazi said he had also visited various Rwandan companies for his Choplife gaming company as he explores potential partnerships and collaborations to expand his entrepreneurial ventures.

“This will increase my impact on African youths and the creative industry.

“A key part of my visit involved meeting with the Ministry of sports.

“This discussion focused on potential collaborations for sports development and creating more opportunities for young people
“I also engaged with the education sector to discuss potential collaborations with the Choplife Foundation.

“These partnerships aim to leverage my commitment toward providing resources, opportunities, and platforms for deserving students in the region,” he said.

He said he was seeking partnerships in Rwanda because the country needed more support in the education and sports sectors.
Mr Eazi said he also had ongoing projects in Nigeria and Ghana.

Aderonke Ojediran

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