Zebra Boxing Club Receives Timely Support

Nigerian artiste Mr. Eazi has extended his support to the Zebra Boxing Club in Kampala.

Founded by the late Isaac Ssenyange, also known as Zebra Mando, a former Bombers captain, the club will benefit from substantial refurbishment under Mr. Eazi through Chop Gaming.

This support will enable the completion and enhancement of the boxing gym, continuing Zebra Mando’s legacy.

By empowering the community and providing a safe space for young boxers to develop their skills, Mr. Eazi’s involvement will foster confidence and resilience among the athletes.

The initiative highlights the club’s mission to impact lives positively through the discipline and camaraderie of boxing.

Mr. Eazi’s support for boxing is not new. In Accra, Ghana, he played a pivotal role in renovating the Bronxy Boxing Gym, equipping it with state-of-the-art facilities to meet international standards. Similar efforts were also extended to boxing initiatives in Cameroon.

Mr. Eazi’s passion for African development and his investment in sports betting and gaming, particularly through Choplife Gaming, reflects his dedication to the continent’s sports promotion.

However, the sport faces challenges such as limited funding and infrastructure. Mr. Eazi’s support is therefore timely and crucial, expected to inspire a new generation of boxers and elevate Uganda’s boxing profile on the global stage.

Mr. Eazi’s venture into the gaming industry began in 2017 as a Brand Ambassador for betPawa, eventually becoming an investor and shareholder in its parent company.

His strategic investments and operational expertise have culminated in the creation of Chop Gaming Uganda.



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