Sound Sultan, Tuface, Darey, Burna Boy and others to gather for a game of basketball and music

Yearly, Nigerian Celebrities gather to play basketball and compete with a Top Nigeria Basketball league team in a friendly game mixed with music and entertainment


Face Off is a creative blend of basketball, Music, Dance and all round entertainment facilitated by intensive media coverage across Nigeria as a medium to drive key social values amongst the young people in our society.The basketball event which holds annually will feature this year, a host of A-List Nigerian celebrities vs. the popular basketball Team "Lagos Islanders" showcasing their love for music and Basketball on the 27th of November 2015 at Landmark Centre, Lagos.Celebrities that will be playing include, Sound Sultan, Tuface, Darey, Burna Boy, MI, Peter (PSquare), Kaffy, Iyanya, Jimmie, Praiz, N6, Vector and many more.The event will start by 5pm and the main Celebrity Vs Islanders game jump ball will start off by 7pm. This event will also feature other games like, Celebrities vs. Basketball veterans, three point shooting competition, free throw competition, and a Slam Dunk contest.It promises to be a night of fun, holding key prospects for personal branding and networking in lights of appearances by other major celebrities and organizations.


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