Monday, February 6, 2023

Kohima Night Carnival witnesses increased footfall


Kohima Night Carnival which started on December 1 as part of the ongoing festival saw a rise in the number of revellers as it nears closure. On Thursday night, Children Education Ministry of Kohima Ao Baptist Arogo (KABA) brought the message of Christmas to the carnival goers as they performed Carols. Around 80 children sang around 10 Christmas carols and two solos as they shared the joy and love of Christmas season at the smart city street corner in the heart of Kohima Town.
Associate pastor of the ministry, Alice Walling, shared a brief message during carnival extravaganza.
Meanwhile, KCCI vice president and convenor of the Night Carnival, Tolto Vizol, informed that KCCI was providing the platform to any interested and talented artistes to perform, entertain and in turn get freewill donations from the people. KCCI informed that Brass/Jazz Band from Assam would be performing at the night carnival while Faith Harvest Church Nagamese Ministry would hold evening praise near Nike showroom on December 10. With most exams of children getting over by December 6, revellers to the Night Carnival have increased to manifold over the eight days, he said.
Over 120 stalls with assorted varieties including ethnic food stalls, entertainment, toys, games and others similar things are up for grabs at the carnival.
He also informed about the KCCI mobile photography contest for which the entry through email to closes on December 9 night.
Other contest are: most innovative stall, best decorated building, cleanest stall.
All the awards will be announced on December 10 night, informed KCCI general secretary Henry Chisüte. The Night Carnival is organized by KCCI as part of the Hornbill Festival and would conclude on December 10.

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