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Boxi Joins The Kanu Nwankwo Foundation In Commemorating World Heart Day

The Kanu Nwankwo Foundation’s 2023 World Heart Day celebration was done in conjunction with Boxi Energy Drink, a company dedicated to supporting an active lifestyle.

Boxi Joins The Kanu Nwankwo Foundation In Commemorating World Heart Day, Yours Truly, News, April 19, 2024

The event, which was a great success and brought together people, organizations, and famous characters in support of heart health, took place at Abia State Polytechnic and Enyimba Stadium in Aba, Abia State.

A thrilling “Elephant Walk” and an electrifying football game between Enyimba FC and the celebrity’s team of the Kanu Heart Foundation were part of the event’s festivities held to promote heart health. Boxi brand representatives also engaged spectators and participants by supplying them with branded kits and reviving them with cool Boxi Energy Drink bottles.

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The event’s inspirational success was attributed to the participation of notable dignitaries, including the wife of the Deputy Governor of Abia State, Adaeze Emetu. Boxi Energy Drink remains poised to promoting a healthy lifestyle and giving everyone needed motivation to get through each day.

After bringing home wins in three domestic championships with Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal, “Papilo,” as the former Arsenal leggy forward is affectionately called, also won the UEFA Champions League with Ajax Amsterdam before calling it quits on his storied career.

Papilo founded his Kanu Heart Foundation, KHF, a charity organization before he officially hung up his boots. Through this organization, he has successfully assisted over 500 Nigerians with heart-related conditions carry out open-heart operations.

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