‘Trace In The City’ that was billed to consist of a series of cinema activations, concerts and take place across seven cities in Nigeria made a stop at the city of Port-Harcourt on the 31st of August bringing a trail of music, games and movies fused together in a bid to bring the best of life’s experiences to campuses.
Trace in the City was a huge success in Abuja and Calabar coupled with pictures and videos from those venues that were posted on several social media platforms to the astonishment of many, everyone in the Rivers State University of Technology seemed to want a feeling of this captivating experience.
The Convocation arena within the Rivers State University of Technology experienced an enormous influx of young persons and students who from the physical analysis of their countenance were all visibly ready to have a good time and their enthusiasm was well rewarded by the tireless crew members of Trace Naija and proud supporters, Infinix Mobility.
There were music performances by some of Nigeria’s biggest and most talented music artistes such as Odunsi, Mayorkun, Mr. Dutch, Erigga, Dandizee etc, DJ Factor held it down on the wheels of steel and MC Jimmie anchored the event satisfyingly.
Infinix Mobility continued in their laudable stride to support Trace in the city handing out branded gifts to willing participants that answered questions asked by Jimmie whilst on stage. Other persons could be seen situated at the Infinix stand within the venue perusing through the Infinix smartphones on display which ranged from the Hot 6/Hot 6 Pro, Beyond Intelligent Note 5, Smart 2/Smart 2 Pro and the recently launched Hot S3X.
It doesn’t end there, Trace in the City would be in Benin on September 4th, Lagos on September 7th and finally ends in Ibadan on September 15th .
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