Making of Champions has been featured on several live TV and Radio shows in Nigeria and Jamaica over the last two years, through the appearances of MoC Founder Bambo Akani on these shows to discuss the Making of Champions: “The History” documentary he directed and produced, and as a Nigerian Athletics Analyst commenting on the 2013 World Championships and the 2014 Athletics Season!
Smile Jamaica Interview on TV Jamaica
The Director and Executive Producer of Making of Champions: “The History”, Bambo Akani, appears with Double Olympic Medallist Enefiok Udo-Obong, on Smile Jamaica – the live morning show broadcast to a nationwide in Jamaica – to discuss the making of the documentary, which they had travelled to Kingston to shoot during Jamaica’s Inter-Secondary School Competition (CHAMPS) in March 2013!
They were interviewed by none less than Neville Bell, a seasoned TV presenter and former youth coach of the Reggae Boyz, Jamaica’s national football team, and the absolutely stunning Yendi Phillipps, Miss Jamaica in 2007, and runner-up at the Miss Universe contest in 2010 – Enjoy!
Sports Tonight on Channels TV in Nigeria
Bambo Akani also appeared weekly as the Athletics Analyst on Toyin Ibitoye’s Sports Tonight Show on Channels, in a new weekly Athletics segment on Tuesdays during the 2014 Athletics Season, including bringing Nigerians live reports from international competitions such as the World Relays in the Bahamas! Watch out for more appearances in 2015!
Following the 2013 World Championships where Blessing Okagbare won Nigeria’s first medals at the competition in 14 years, MoC Founder Bambo Akani appeared on the sportsline show on Hot102FM in Jamaica, to review the Championships, alongside prominent Jamaican Athletics personality, Bruce James, who is the President of MVP Track Club, which has trained the likes of Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce and Asafa Powell in their storied history! Here are some snippets from that radio appearance:
2013 World Championships Review on Hot102FM in Jamaica (Part I)
2013 World Championships Review on Hot102FM in Jamaica (Part II)