In case ‘you were not informed too’, Naira Diary is delighted to tell you that all is set for the Gospel Gang Carnival 2021, a festival to mark the end of the year by Gospel Gang Party – a movement spearheaded by KO Baba to give young people in Port Harcourt and Rivers a platform to showcase their talents while also providing career guidance, training, scholarships and more, and by extension reduce crime in the state and create opportunities for youngsters.
This year alone, KO Baba and his Gospel Gang Party team with supports from partners have empowered more than 50 persons with capital to start their business, equipment, entrepreneurship training, digital skills, and more.
To end the year, as it has been their tradition, there will be a carnival on December 23rd in Port Harcourt. It’s a gospel carnival and here is why you must not miss it:
1. To end your boolessness
You may have been a single Pringle since January, or you are among the 2.22 billion people that Corona Virus affected their relationship, or maybe they recently served you a hot breakfast. Cry no more, Sister.
Gospel Gang Carnival presents an opportunity for you to meet someone who might make you love again. Come so somebody’s son can find you.
2. Food and drinks
Come expecting the best food vendors in Port Harcourt at GGC. They are bringing their A-game to the carnival to make sure you eat, drink and smile home.
Also, a soft drink brand is a partner for this year’s edition, and chances are they will share drinks for free. What an awoof!
3. Party and groove
Ever thought about partying like Fela without losing your home training or going out of your heavenly race? Well, if you love parties and heaven is the goal for you, Gospel Gang Carnival is a place to be on December 23rd. Wear your ‘jims’ and turn up like a born-again Fela.
4. To chill with the big boys
We can assure you that Gospel Gang Carnival is also a gathering of Port Harcourt big boys and girls.
You Want to chill with the big boys? Abi you want to run kiti kata? Well, meet and connect with big boys who run the city at Gospel Gang Carnival on December 23rd.
5. Stay away from boredom and Loneliness
In case you didn’t know, it’s a crime to be bored or lonely in December in Port Harcourt. If Wike hears about it, the task force guys might come and arrest you. Don’t say we don’t tell you.
Wear your jims, Come out and have fun, meet beautiful people, shop at affordable prices, and take stunning pictures to pepper your ex. Lol.
Go get your tickets now!
Remember to charge your phone and come with someone who will snap you good photos back to back.
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