Popular Nigerian singer, songwriter, entrepreneur and television personality, Oladapo Daniel Oyebanjo who is professionally known as D'banj has confirmed that he will be the official flag bearer for Team Nigeria in the 2021 FIA Motorsport Games.
In a post on his Instagram page a couple of hours ago, the 41 years old Nigerian rapper confirmed that he will be acting as the official flag bearer for Team Nigeria in the upcoming FIA Motorsport Games. He also pledged his support for the team ahead of the competition.
The 2021 FIA Motorsport Games is the second edition of the competition and Team Nigeria will be participating. The event will reportedly take place in the city of Marseille, France, from the 29th to 31th of October 2021.
As the flag-bearer of Team Nigeria, D'banj will act as the captain and the official spokesperson for the team, according to a post on the official Instagram page of FIA Motorsport Games. He will be representing Nigeria at the games, and in the opening/closing ceremonies.
Photos source: D'banj on Instagram.
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