Mark Sports Foundation Hosts Her 7th Annual Mark “D” Ball Tournament

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Mark sports foundation is pleased to announce the 7th edition of her annual basketball tournament tagged Mark “D” Ball to be held at Club 45 Otukpo, Benue state from the 26th of December 2014 to 31st December 2014.

Mark “D” Ball tournament is an annual youth outreach program, hosted by Igoche Mark with Senate President David A.B. Mark as her patron. The  six day tournament will kick off with a grand opening featuring musical performances by 2face Idibia, Iceprince, Terry G, Oritsefemi,

Patoranking, Skales, Lil’ Kesh, Pastor Nickodemus, Okon and so many more interesting artistes.

After all, as they say; variety is the spice of life!

The primary aim of Mark “D” Ball is to bring International basketball to the grassroots, teaching children the game for early buildup of their career and this year will be no different.

This year, the tournament will feature 2Face a special “Vote Not Fight” plug in, which will emphasis the need for Nigerian youths to speak through their votes and avoid violence in the coming 2015 election.

So far Mark “D” Ball has been able to reach thousands of Nigerian youths over the years through her basketball academy and scholarship program.

Mark “D” Ball is supported Senate President RCC, Ada Foundation, M &M event and Door2Door for Mark

For sponsorship, advertising, press inquiries and others please contact James Oche 08111111471, Ojia Adamolekun 08173003447.

Website: www.markdball.org.ng

Email: markdballclassic@gmail.com

Twitter: @markdball2014

Facebook: markd’ball

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