Kannywood’s Sani Danja receives [NASCOM] Rhythm ‘N’ Play Endorsement

Sani Danja has become one of the ambassadors of NASCOM’s Rhythm and Play .

Kannywood star, Sani Danja, has signed an endorsement deal that will see him become an ambassador of the Nigeria Academical Sports Committee, NASCOM’s, Rhythm and Play.

The NASCOM Rhythm and play has designed the Rhythm N’ Play brand as its flagship campaign to drive and revolutionize grassroots sports in Nigeria.

The campaign will be launched on June 6 by President Goodluck Jonathan in Abuja Nigeria where Sani Danja and a host of others will be decorated.

The other ambassadors include Super Eagles star and Chelsea of England forward, Victor Moses; and rap star, Ice Prince.

Speaking to PREMIUM TIMES on the development, Yakubu Mohammed, who spoke on Danja’s behalf, said the endorsement is an achievement.

“I am not surprise because I definitely know that my brother and best friend is capable of getting more endorsements and awards because of his hard work and determination,” he said.

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