Graffiti Basketball and Music 2021
Written by News Room on December 20, 2021
The Graffiti Basketball and Music show popularly known as GBAM recorded a great height on Friday, creating a platform for capacity building and youth empowerment in Kaduna State.
Speaking to Invicta news correspondent, David Vincent Ejeh, the Convener, Murpheus Major Idoko, made it known that the movement was an offshoot from his radio programme which seeks to propagate and project Hip Pop culture in Nigeria and the synergy of basketball and music.
Some of the basketball players and coaches express their joy for the privilege given to them to showcase their talents to the world, as this will create an avenue for better opportunities.
The same spirit, some of the artist who performed we grateful for the privilege as the always look forward to the exclusive event that comes only once a year.
The Graffiti Basketball and Music (GBAM) holds a lot of promise for the youths of Kaduna state and the youths hope that people out there would partner with the movement, so as to give the youths of Kaduna State a voice.
David Vincent Ejeh