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AGWF Elite Basketball Camp: Participants Commend Organiser (PHOTOS)

Some participants at the just concluded annual Aminu Good WorK Foundation elite basketball camp (AGWF) on Sunday commended the organiser for the knowledge impacted.

The participants in separate interviews said that they learned a lot in the three days camping 35 boys and 41 girls, U-19 from Oyo state, participated.

Daniel Oladejo, 17 year- old, said that the camp was very nice and a productive one.

He said that it gave them an opportunity to play with the best players in the state.

” We learned not only about basketball but about life issues. We were taught punctuality, honestly, neatness, and many more, he said.

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Victor Ariyo, 13 year-old, said he’s been playing basketball for two years, and this was his first time at the camp. playing basketball, and this is my first time at the camp.

He said this was the second camp hes ever attended.

“It was very good; the best camp have been so far. Learned dribbling, post man move, court vision, and basket court.

” I hope we get another camp soon so that we can keep learning and improving our skills,” he said.

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Okikiola Akintayo, 14 year-old, said he learned how to pass and cut, how to case to the last angle and footwork.

Akintayo said that It was a good experience and exposure.

” I came not expecting much, but they exceeded my expectations. They made us comfortable, and they provided us with all that we needed.

” We were fed, provided clothes and took good care of us,” he said.

Pelumi Ogundele,15 year-old, said this was his second time attending the camp.

Ogundele said he attended last year’s edition and that they were provided accommodation in a good hotel but which wasn’t this year.

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” We came from home, and I guess the economicsituationofthecountry caused it.

” I learned the proper way to jab, chase down, and be calm on the court,” he said.

The annual basketball camp has been organised by Al-farouq , 2015 AfroBasket Champion, and former D’Tigers forward.

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