The Exciting Masquerade Carnival Held In Support Of The 13th African Games

In a vibrant collaboration, the Local Organising Committee (LOC) for the upcoming 13th African Games teamed up with the Tumus Masqueraders club to orchestrate the grandest Masquerade carnival at the Annual Christmas Takoradi Masquerade Festival.

The beautiful festival, reverberated with the irresistible beats of an exuberant brass band, that navigated the major streets of Takoradi. The occasion featured an amazing social affair of more than 5,000 masqueraders.

The carnival which was held in Takoradi is in support the impending 13th African Games in Ghana. It raised awareness of the continental sporting event, which will begin in March 2024, and caught the attention of both young and old people.

Dr. Kwaku Ofosu-Asare, the distinguished Executive Chairman of the LOC, led the procession, which was accompanied by Ms. Joyce Datsa, a member of the LOC and Chairperson of the Accommodation and Catering portfolio, as well as the Games’ dedicated management and staff.

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The carnival attracted a virtual audience of over 6,000 viewers on the official Facebook platform dedicated to the 13th African Games. This internet based scene filled in as a strong special device, amplifying the reach and impact of the event far beyond the streets of Takoradi.

The successful collaboration between the LOC and the Tumus Masqueraders club not only created a jubilant atmosphere for the Christmas Takoradi Masquerade Festival but also emerged as a strategic initiative to bolster the visibility and anticipation surrounding the 13th African Games.

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