Passion 4 Wins 2018 Carnival Calabar And Festival

In Akwa-Cross Entertainment, Breaking News, International News, Reports

By Deborah Obot

Passion 4 band has won the 2018 edition of Carnival  Calabar and Festivals leaving Seagull band as first runner up and Freedom Band as second runner up.

In other categories, the best truck float was won by Passion 4 with Seagull band second and Freedom band third again.

Best Costume Design was also won by Passion 4, Seagull second and Masta Blasta third.

In Best King and Queen category Bayside band won.

In Cultural Carnival category Akwa Ibom came first while Anambra and Enugu emerged second and third respectively.

While in Local Government Cultural category Calabar Municipality won first place,  leaving Odukpani and Biase in second and third place respectively.

Passion 4 was the 2017 edition winner.

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