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Bunubunu Sports Awards excites Laclic

The management of Laclic Limited, international Languages experts has commended Bunubunu Culture and Sports Company Limited for promoting culture and sports in the country, Africa…

The management of Laclic Limited, international Languages experts has commended Bunubunu Culture and Sports Company Limited for promoting culture and sports in the country, Africa and the world generally.

The commendation by Laclic Services boss, Chief Ndubuisi Nzenweofor came at the 2nd Bunubunu Awards for Excellence in Sports and Culture held at Cubana Lagos, Victoria Island at the weekend.

The likes of Governor Akinwunmi Ambode, Sports minister, Solomon Dalung, Dr. Ifeanyi Ubah, Chioma Ajunwa-Opara, Dr. Rafiu Ladipo, Reverend Samuel Ikpea, Honourable Saleh Michika Muluk were among those honoured alongside Chief Nzenweofor for their credible cultural, sports and social programmes.

The boss of Ndubuisi Nzenweofor Foundation, said Bunubunu deserves praises for effectively management of several Kenyan and Nigerian marathoners at local and international levels.

“We at Laclic Services that champions the need for athletes and administrators to understand several languages would continue to back Bunubunu,” he said.

“I want to appeal to the government and corporate world to rally round Bunubunu Company led by Izuchukwu Udebunam.

Over 12 Nigerian runners who featured in Saturday’s Access Bank Lagos City Marathon, including Kenya’s runner up in 2018 and this year Joshua Kipkorir are being managed by Bunubunu.

 

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