Africa’s biggest street party Calabar Carnival has held with amazing colours, dance moves, and the most colourful and creative costumes in the Africa.
The grand finale of the Calabar Carnival has held with amazing colours, dance moves, and the most colourful and creative costumes in the Africa.
The carnival which is reputed to be Africa’s biggest street party is an annual event and this year’s carnival is the 11th edition. It is themed ‘Climate Change’.
One major feature of the event is the massive presence of celebrities from different parts of Nigeria who most times belong to one of the bands on display at the carnival. Notable faces seen at the party included Francis Odega, Patience Uzokwor, Joseph Benjamin, and Kenneth Okonkwo.
Bands this year included the regulars and two new entrants. They include, Masta Blasta, Bayside, Freedom Band, Passion 4, and Seagulls, with Ayade’s Band, and Brazilian samba group the Vai Vai Band, adding an international twist.
The 12 kilometers carnival walk commenced from Mary Slessor road, IBB way, Marian road, MCC way, Calabar highway and terminated at the U.J Esuene Stadium.
Security on the day was top-notch, as operatives from the Police, Civil Defence, Army, Navy and Immigration were stationed at strategic points along the route to ensure crisis free carnival.
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