Nigerian musician and entrepreneur Mr. Eazi, not only known for his chart-topping tracks but also for his commitment to community development, recently made a significant impact in Jamestown. Through his initiative, Choplife Gaming, Mr. Eazi played a pivotal role in refurbishing the Bronx Boxing Gym, breathing new life into this important community space.
The gym which is known for producing some of the best boxers in the country underwent a complete refurbishment and modernization with the addition of state-of-the-art equipment to give it a facelift and elevate it to international standards after being in a state of deterioration.
The renovated facility was officially unveiled at a commissioning ceremony on Friday September 15th during which the keys were handed over to the manager. The fully equipped facility will now afford the boxers a safe and conducive environment to train and hone their skills.
The owner and head instructor of the Gym expressed his gratitude for the act and pledged to utilize the facility to the best of his ability, ensuring that future world champions are made there.
The deed comes as the latest addition to the list of philanthropic works Mr. Eazi has been involved in in the Ghanaian sports industry and the country in general.
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