Mountain Cinemas Open Sale Of Obudu Miss Face Of Culture Pageant Forms

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Faces of previous and the reigning Obudu Face of Culture queens
Faces of previous and the reigning Obudu Face of Culture queens

Frontline Cultural Entertainment Promotion Company in Cross River, Mountain Cinema, Nigeria has commenced the sale of forms for entries into the 2015 edition of the Obudu Miss Face Of Culture Pageant.

The event which is organized in conjunction with the Obudu Local Government Council will be the 6th edition and as always, it is timed to mark the celebration of the Obudu New Yam Festival 2015.

The festival is slated to commence on 30th of August – 5th September, 2015. It will feature cultural carnival, dance competition, face of culture contest, cultural and peace talk show, light of peace, youth of the year award, inter-ward football competition, talent hunt/music, exhibition and lots more.

According to the organizers, application forms for the Miss Face of Culture pageant are currently on sale at the cost of five thousand naira only.

Procedure of purchase: Pay the five thousand naira into the account name “Mountain Cinemas Nig” at First Bank Nigeria plc, account number 2023439854.

After payment take your processed teller to any of the following places mentioned below that is nearest to you for your hard copy application form:

CrossRiverWatch, 2 Marian Road, Calabar,

Gold Color Prints, 51 Yellow Duke Street Calabar,

Fidmart Technology Ltd, Civic Centre Obudu

La’ Shakara Wears and Branding, 1 Adiabo Street State Housing Estate Calabar,

Fiesta Fries, Marian Road Calabar.

For participation, enquiry and / or sponsorship please call 08033910067, 08051876859, 08032119693 or visit or on Facebook: Mountain Cinemas-Nigeria.

Organizers say entries are open only to indigenes of Obudu local government council.

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