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Fans Came Out In Thousands to Support African Basketball League In Abidjan | Photos

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Arena Packed Full

Arena Packed Full

The City of Abidjan was thrown into fun and excitement over the weekend as the African Basketball League hosted sport entertainment lovers to the Abidjan Basketball Challenge at the Palais des sports de Treichville, Abidjan.

The two days in Abidjan showcased more than basketball as African music stars and dancers spiced up the nights with electrifying performances. The Nigerian artistes were led by Sound Sultan, Chidinma, Korra and May D. D J Arafat and others were also on ground to entertain fans.

The arena with a capacity of over five thousand was packed full to capacity and tickets were already sold out before the tip off time.

Four teams participated at the Abidjan Basketball Challenge; Lagos Islanders, Lagos Stallions, Libreville Izobe of Gabon and the Abidjan Ramblers.

This is the first  road trip for the Lagos Islanders and the Stallions.

ABL's CEO Ugo Udezue and Islanders owner

ABL’s CEO Ugo Udezue and Islanders owner

May D,Chidinma and Sound Sutlan

May D,Chidinma and Sound Sutlan

Korra and Ore of Wakanow

Korra and Ore of Wakanow

Cheerleaders

Cheerleaders

Chidinma Performing at ABL's Games

Chidinma Performing at ABL’s Games

Stallions

Stallions

Players in action

Players in action

Action Photos

Action Photos

D.J Arafat Performing

D.J Arafat Performing

Islanders

Islanders

Islanders and Izobe in action

Islanders and Izobe in action

Spectators

Spectators

Izobe Coach and Teejay of Lagos Islanders

Izobe Coach and Teejay of Lagos Islanders

Fans

Fans

Supporters Club

Supporters Club

Abidjan fans and Nigerian celebrities

Abidjan fans and Nigerian celebrities

Happy Fans

Fans

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2 Comments

  1. Gbemi

    May 19, 2016 at 6:50 pm

    This hall does not look full o

  2. Tosin

    May 19, 2016 at 7:14 pm

    it’s real…
    cool.

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