Carnival Calabar in Nigeria takes over as international carnival leader after #Seychelles dropped out

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South Africa, Mexico, Lithuania emerge winners at International Carnival Calabar 2018

South Africa has emerged the winner of the International Carnival Calabar 2018 held in Cross Rivers State

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With over 28 nations performing at this year’s carnival, the dancers from the South African nations against all odds put a scintillating performance to gain the coveted top spot at the event.

Promo 12018 Calabar Carnival unfolds beauty of the Africa story

Africa’s long held rich cultural history and heritage was told in a symbolic fashion at presumably the largest and longest tourism event in West Africa.

Filled with enthusiasm, colour, and glamour, the 2018 Calabar Carnival attracted over two million tourists, who gathered in the city of Calabar, to learn the African story with over 50 million television…

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Promo 1Acrobatic stunts wow audience at 2018 International Carnival Calabar

The 2018 Carnival Calabar which took place in Cross Rivers State was filled with lots of entertainment with much display from countries participating in this year’s International Carnival event.

The expectations of the audience at the international Carnival was probably surpassed owing to the superlative and …

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Promo 1Dorcas Kasinde’s wig catches fire as she becomes ‘Miss Africa’

Congolese representative, Dorcas Kasinde, has been crowned the 2018 winner of Miss Africa beauty pageant hosted by the Cross River government.

Kasinde was named winner ahead of the first runner-up, Nigeria’s Chimamaka Goodness Nnaemeka, and Zambia’s Gladys Kayumba, who emerged as the …

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