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UP TO 6 MILLION AT STAKE AS THE SEARCH FOR MISS CARNIVAL CALABAR 2013 BEGINS

Sophia Dijeh
The search for who will be crowned in the most prestigious pageant in Nigeria is on as the organizers call in for entries into the 2013/2014 edition of the Miss Carnival Calabar Pageant scheduled to hold on the 23rd of December 2013. The winner automatically becomes the ambassador for tourism in Cross River State as well as the face for Mothers Against Child Abandonment (MACA), an initiative of Her Excellency, the wife of the Governor of Cross River State, Obioma Liyel Imoke.

The Carnival Calabar Queen Pageant (CCQ) is an annual pageant that holds in Calabar every December with the lucky winner walking away with a brand new car worth up to N4million, N2million naira cash prize, one year fabrics supply, special guest at Miss Universe Jamaica 2014, one year accommodation in the Government lodge and several opportunities to impact the lives of young people in Nigeria and beyond.

The 2012 edition saw the emergence of Sophia Dijeh who over the past one year has travelled to various countries, transforming the lives of young girls and continues to promote the huge tourism potentials in Cross River State. This year’s event, with its theme as ‘Perfection’ promises to be more enthralling as activities have been lined up to ensure participants go back home with unforgettable experiences.

Forms are available at the rate of five thousand Naira only (5,000) at Yellow Chili, Victoria island, Lagos, Springs Day Spa, Abuja, Paragon Entertainment, Owerri, CRS Carnival Commission, Calabar, Kesi Cyber Café, Enugu or simply visit http://www.carnivalcalabarqueen.com and download the application form.

The contest is open to all Nigerian ladies between the ages of 18-27. To qualify, participants must have spent one year in the university and a minimum intelligence quota of 70%.

Ticket sales and funds from fundraising from the pageant are donated Mothers against Child Abandonment (MACA). The organisation, among other things, caters for abandoned babies and also implements abstinence based programs in a bid to reduce the rate of teenage pregnancy in the state.

The Carnival Calabar Pageant is part of the activities marking the annual Calabar festival which is an initiative of the Cross River State Government. The festival aims at developing the tourism potential of the state and attracts tourists from all over the world.

Sheyman Releases New Promo Pictures

Sheyman Releases New Promo Pictures

Ahead of the release of his new single, ‘Oluwa Wa’ scheduled to drop on Friday November 1, 2013, talented artiste and hit maker, Sheyman has released his new promo pictures.

His last single, Paper Remix featuring Davido still remains one of the most played songs this season.

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Sheyman Releases New pixs for ladies

Sheyman Releases New Promo Pictures

Ahead of the release of his new single, ‘Oluwa Wa’ scheduled to drop on Friday NoImageImagevember 1, 2013, talented artiste and hit maker, Sheyman has released his new promo pictures.

His last single, Paper Remix featuring Davido still remains one of the most played songs this season.

 

Sheyman Releases New Pictures for ladies

Sheyman Releases New Promo Pictures

Ahead of the release of his new single, ‘Oluwa Wa’ scheduled to drop on Friday November 1, 2013, talented artiste and hit maker, Sheyman has released his new promo pictures.Image

His last single, Paper Remix featuring Davido stiImagell remains one of the most played songs this season.

UP TO 6 MILLION AT STAKE AS THE SEARCH FOR MISS CARNIVAL CALABAR 2013 BEGINS

Image The search for who will be crowned in Imagehe most prestigious pageant in Nigeria is on as the organizers call in for entries into the 2013/2014 edition of the Miss Carnival Calabar Pageant scheduled to hold on the 23rd of December 2013. The winner automatically becomes the ambassador for tourism in Cross River State as well as the face for Mothers Against Child Abandonment (MACA), an initiative of Her Excellency, the wife of the Governor of Cross River State, Obioma Liyel Imoke. The Carnival Calabar Queen Pageant (CCQ) is an annual pageant that holds in Calabar every December with the lucky winner walking away with a brand new car worth up to N4million, N2million naira cash prize, one year fabrics supply, special guest at Miss Universe Jamaica 2014, one year accommodation in the Government lodge and several opportunities to impact the lives of young people in Nigeria and beyond. The 2012 edition saw the emergence of Sophia Dijeh who over the past one year has travelled to various countries, transforming the lives of young girls and continues to promote the huge tourism potentials in Cross River State. This year’s event, with its theme as ‘Perfection’ promises to be more enthralling as activities have been lined up to ensure participants go back home with unforgettable experiences. Forms are available at the rate of five thousand Naira only (5,000)  at Yellow Chili, Victoria island, Lagos, Springs Day Spa, Abuja, Paragon Entertainment, Owerri, CRS Carnival Commission, Calabar, Kesi Cyber Café, Enugu or simply visit http://www.carnivalcalabarqueen.com and download the application form.  The contest is open to all Nigerian ladies between the ages of 18-27. To qualify, participants must have spent one year in the university and a minimum intelligence quota of 70%. Ticket sales and funds from fundraising from the pageant are donated Mothers against Child Abandonment (MACA). The organisation, among other things, caters for abandoned babies and also implements abstinence based programs in a bid to reduce the rate of teenage pregnancy in the state. The Carnival Calabar Pageant is part of the activities marking the annual Calabar festival which is an initiative of the Cross River State Government. The festival aims at developing the tourism potential of the state and attracts tourists from all over the world.

Image The search for who will be crowned in the most prestigious pageant in Nigeria is on as the organizers call in for entries into the 2013/2014 edition of the Miss Carnival Calabar Pageant scheduled to hold on the 23rd of December 2013. The winner automatically becomes the ambassador for tourism in Cross River State as well as the face for Mothers Against Child Abandonment (MACA), an initiative of Her Excellency, the wife of the Governor of Cross River State, Obioma Liyel Imoke. The Carnival Calabar Queen Pageant (CCQ) is an annual pageant that holds in Calabar every December with the lucky winner walking away with a brand new car worth up to N4million, N2million naira cash prize, one year fabrics supply, special guest at Miss Universe Jamaica 2014, one year accommodation in the Government lodge and several opportunities to impact the lives of young people in Nigeria and beyond. The 2012 edition saw the emergence of Sophia Dijeh who over the past one year has travelled to various countries, transforming the lives of young girls and continues to promote the huge tourism potentials in Cross River State. This year’s event, with its theme as ‘Perfection’ promises to be more enthralling as activities have been lined up to ensure participants go back home with unforgettable experiences. Forms are available at the rate of five thousand Naira only (5,000)  at Yellow Chili, Victoria island, Lagos, Springs Day Spa, Abuja, Paragon Entertainment, Owerri, CRS Carnival Commission, Calabar, Kesi Cyber Café, Enugu or simply visit http://www.carnivalcalabarqueen.com and download the application form.  The contest is open to all Nigerian ladies between the ages of 18-27. To qualify, participants must have spent one year in the university and a minimum intelligence quota of 70%. Ticket sales and funds from fundraising from the pageant are donated Mothers against Child Abandonment (MACA). The organisation, among other things, caters for abandoned babies and also implements abstinence based programs in a bid to reduce the rate of teenage pregnancy in the state. The Carnival Calabar Pageant is part of the activities marking the annual Calabar festival which is an initiative of the Cross River State Government. The festival aims at developing the tourism potential of the state and attracts tourists from all over the world.

UP TO 6 MILLION AT STAKE AS THE SEARCH FOR MISS CARNIVAL CALABAR 2013 BEGINS

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The search for who will be crowned in the most prestigious pageant in Nigeria is on as the organizers call in for entries into the 2013/2014 edition of the Miss Carnival Calabar Pageant scheduled to hold on the 23rd of December 2013. The winner automatically becomes the ambassador for tourism in Cross River State as well as the face for Mothers Against Child Abandonment (MACA), an initiative of Her Excellency, the wife of the Governor of Cross River State, Obioma Liyel Imoke.

The Carnival Calabar Queen Pageant (CCQ) is an annual pageant that holds in Calabar every December with the lucky winner walking away with a brand new car worth up to N4million, N2million naira cash prize, one year fabrics supply, special guest at Miss Universe Jamaica 2014, one year accommodation in the Government lodge and several opportunities to impact the lives of young people in Nigeria and beyond.

The 2012 edition saw the emergence of Sophia Dijeh who over the past one year has travelled to various countries, transforming the lives of young girls and continues to promote the huge tourism potentials in Cross River State. This year’s event, with its theme as ‘Perfection’ promises to be more enthralling as activities have been lined up to ensure participants go back home with unforgettable experiences.

Forms are available at the rate of five thousand Naira only (5,000)  at Yellow Chili, Victoria island, Lagos, Springs Day Spa, Abuja, Paragon Entertainment, Owerri, CRS Carnival Commission, Calabar, Kesi Cyber Café, Enugu or simply visit http://www.carnivalcalabarqueen.com and download the application form. 

The contest is open to all Nigerian ladies between the ages of 18-27. To qualify, participants must have spent one year in the university and a minimum intelligence quota of 70%.

Ticket sales and funds from fundraising from the pageant are donated Mothers against Child Abandonment (MACA). The organisation, among other things, caters for abandoned babies and also implements abstinence based programs in a bid to reduce the rate of teenage pregnancy in the state.

The Carnival Calabar Pageant is part of the activities marking the annual Calabar festival which is an initiative of the Cross River State Government. The festival aims at developing the tourism potential of the state and attracts tourists from all over the world.

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