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Monday, 21 November 2016

Gov Ayade,His Wife And Others Flag Off The 2nd Calabar Carnival Dry Run

The Calabar Carnival Dry Run, which set the clock ticking for the countdown to the biggest street party in Africa, rallied the five different carnival bands, govt officials, the people of Cross River State and also the contestants of Miss Africa 2016 from different African countries.




Speaking during the flag off, Mrs Ayade said the carnival is one of the unique platform that showcase the rich culture of the people of Cross River and they will continue to improve on it to making it bigger and better and His Excellency Prof. Ben Ayade called on Nigeria to use tourism to turn around the economy of the country, adding that it is the only way things can get better.” The Governor and 1st lady of Cross River also used the opportunity to welcome the top contestants for the Miss Africa 2016 and the organizers to Cross River State


Also The Miss Africa 2016 event will be held in the beautiful City of Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria’s No.1 tourist destination at the prestigious Calabar International Convention Center CICC on the 26th of November, 2016



















Jolly Jolly governor!


30 comments:

  1. I am planning to be in calabar this christmas with my side chick, this so called wife can be a pain in my ass.

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    1. Am sure she also has a side boo that you can never guess. Women are so careful.

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    2. Look @d short man! Mkpi!
      All he does is to blow siren round town . noisy governor!

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  2. See as dem beauty pageants dancing be like otangeles. Make dem no break their legs for dance oh.
    Erm, recession de land. May those who fit go enjoy themselves.

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    1. As in, lol, I don't like thin gitls,they look unattractive.

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  3. Hopefully to be in calabar... Where my ph bevees let's converge in calabar.

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  4. Whic yeye carnival, when the aver nigerian is able to survive

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  5. Kezzy my friend I know you are warming up for this event.

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  6. I swear this carnival won't be like before, recession reach everywhere

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    1. Even d last 1 was nonsence ! Talk less of dis 1 !

      Any1 coming here is wasting money jare.

      Carnival was carnival during d time of Donald duke.
      Every1 soo miss DAT man!

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  7. December 19th............... Judgment day for Ayade.

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  8. Stella, compare and contrast the Calabe-based women and those foreigners the short one brought in. Anyways, what's my own? He should pay salaries abeg

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  9. Please these ones wearing heels what is their motives? Like seriously heels?

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  10. Calabar carnival had never been the same ever since Donald duke left.miss him

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  11. Ny body wanna go 2 dubai dis December I am looking for a travel partner

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    1. Yup I'm game. But seriously no ID? How does one contact you?

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    2. I'm game too.

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  12. Carnival run on heels? Oh chim!
    If only they'll use the money used for this carnival in developing their state. The beauty of Cross River starts & ends @ Calabar. I still have not gotten over my horrific experience @ that state. Their people are really suffering.

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    1. Those ones go find men, see how they r dancjng now, cheap girls

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  13. My bae is really disturbing say make we go chilax for this calabar. hmmmmmmm! pray this office close for the year sha.

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    1. Mbok, go elsewhere cos coming here will amount to wasting your money. Aside every other thing, insecurity is so high here

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  14. Shut up! Pls come dearie, carnival calabar is awesome #anambrachic

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  15. Come and live and be at rest Calabar.... Even as security is everywhere in the country due to poverty cross river still remains the safest state.

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