Vodafone Tebara Carnival is back in October

Vodafone Tebara Carnival is back in October

By Navitalai Naivalurua
Thursday 01/09/2022

The Vodafone Tebara Carnival is back after a lapse of 2 years due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Chairman of the Tebara Carnival Committee Uma Kant Patel says the carnival was revived in 2015 through the support of Vodafone Fiji and the organisation has continued to show their support until 2019.

He says they have a strong organising committee and they will see that the festival will be celebrated by all ethnic and religious groups.

Patel says the good thing about having a carnival is that it brings harmony and unity.

Vodafone Chief Marketing Officer Rajnesh Patel says they have always kept community events at their heart of operations and they will continue to support such initiatives that generate positive effects.

He says carnivals have been an excellent platform for advocacy on critical issues and for young individuals to broaden their creative and interpersonal skills.

The Vodafone Tebara Carnival will be held from the 8th to the 15th of October at Syria Park in Nausori.



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