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Breakdance competition

22 Sep
FAME foundation has intensified the push to raise awareness among the teeming population of youths on the benefits associated with breakdancing, which will feature as a sporting event at the 2024 Paris Olympic. Already, the foundation, in conjunction with the France embassy, is on the verge of concluding the national breakdance competition aimed at producing…

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