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Photos: Calabar Children Carnival; 26th Dec 2012 by lugzii: 7:04am On Dec 27, 2012
It was a packed fun that started at about 11 am on the 26th in CALABAR ESUEDE STADIUM,so colorful ,fun filled and glamourous.

The kick off was held at ESUEDE STADUIM ,the contingents that lined miles went through IBB ROAD,across CALABAR ROAD unto MURTALA MUHAMMED HIGHWAY and parade through MARY SLESSOR went through Mariam and back to STADIUM at about 5.45.

The weather was Hot and traffic through the roads that was not closed were snail speed and some bottle neck.

The CALABAR CHILDREN CARNIVAL is an INNOVATION that should be emulated by other states,it brings out the culture of CALABAR people and showed them in good light.

See more pictures @- http://topeorekoya.blogspot.com/2012/12/photos-calabar-children-carnival26th.html

Re: Photos: Calabar Children Carnival; 26th Dec 2012 by Jaideyone(m): 8:03am On Dec 27, 2012
Very nice smiley

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