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Troost Ekong Foundation announces new partnership ahead of Charity match

The Troost Ekong Foundation has announced a new partnership with Propel Sports Africa, a leading sports media company, naming them as its official broadcast streaming partner.

In a statement, the foundation established by Super Eagles captain William Troost Ekong shared, “The Troost Ekong Foundation is pleased to announce a collaborative partnership with Propel Sports Africa. This partnership will see Propel Sports Africa, along with its affiliate African Sport Network (ASN), become the official streaming and broadcast partner for the Troost Ekong Foundation’s activities and events.”

Ekong personally expressed his enthusiasm for the partnership, stating, “I have been incredibly impressed by Propel Sports’ NPFL Live streaming platform. The ability for Nigerians, both domestically and abroad, to easily access their own top league through NPFL Live and ASN represents a significant step forward for Nigerian football fans. This aligns perfectly with the Troost Ekong Foundation’s mission of providing a platform and educational opportunities for aspiring young Nigerian footballers.”

The Troost Ekong Foundation will officially launch on June 2nd at the Godswill Akpabio Stadium with a celebrity football game, kicking off at 4:00 PM. The event will feature current and former Super Eagles players, along with appearances by various celebrities.

“This exciting game will be produced by Propel Sports Africa and streamed live in Nigeria on the NPFL Live platform and globally on the African Sports Network. William Troost Ekong has also agreed to explore possibilities of working with the Propel Sports Africa team to encourage the worldwide streaming of NPFL matches,” the statement added.

Basil Kabbani, Chairman of Propel Sports Africa, remarked, “This partnership perfectly embodies our reasons for entering the Nigerian market. We are dedicated to supporting Nigerian youth, and aligning with William and his foundation represents an ideal opportunity to achieve this goal.”

Propel Sports Africa holds the broadcast streaming rights to matches of the Nigeria Premier Football League (NPFL), deploying ten cameras across the 20 NPFL venues.

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