Thursday, 8 June 2017

Floyd Mayweather Holds Premium Lunch With Ceos In Sandralia Hotel

The undefeated World Heavyweight Champion, Floyd Mayweather is set to storm Nigeria in his first ever African tour. Prince Donatus Okonkwo, CEO of Zzini Media, who revealed this during a press conference at the Lagos headquarters of the rising media house, promised that the visit of the American boxing legend would be an unforgettable experience for Nigerians

Some of the states the world's highest paid sportsman is scheduled to visit include Lagos, Abuja, Uyo, and Anambra. During these periods, Mayweather is expected to participate in a mock charity boxing match with the Nigeria's Speaker of House of Representative, Rt Hon Yakubu Dogara. According to Prince Donatus Okonkwo, Mr Mayweather has equally promised to establish a world-class boxing academy in Nigeria during his visit as well as boxing away Meningitis in Nigeria in a dinner schedule to hold in Abuja, Sandralia Hotels

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This visit and tour by Mayweather is an initiative of Zzini Media, and the media house promised to bring more world-famous celebrities to inspire NIgerians. Mr Okonkwo, it's CEO further revealed that the American top female rapper, cum singer, Nickie Minaj has sealed a deal with Zzini Media to Storm Nigeria in December, 2017 including American star 50cent.

Also at a press conference held in Abuja recently and put together by Joy Afegbua (Tulip Fusion), Charles Okpaleke (Play Network), Alex Nwankwo (Zzini Media), Eddie Madaki,(Eddie MPR (PR)) and  George Okoro, it was revealed by the organisers that preparations are already in top gear for the coming of the money man to Nigeria.

According to Alex Nwankwo of Zzini Media head of promotion, he stated that they were happy to bring Floyd to Nigeria and Ghana which would serve as an eye opener, not just to the youths w, but Nigeria at large. He also promised that Nigeria would be in focus around the world during his visit. Alex informed journalists that Mayweather Jr. will be visiting Anambra State to speak to young entreprenurs.

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