I’m not a believer in carnival, Gov Ayade’s media aide dissociate self from Africa’s biggest street party!

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Efio-Ita Nyok|31 December 2016
Special Assistant to the incumbent Executive Governor of Cross River State on Media, Mr Solomon Asha, has dissociated himself from the annual Carnival Calabar and Festival, Negroid Haven can state expressly.
Nude Brazilian ladies during Carnival Calabar and Festivals 2016
The opinion of the media aide was made known yesterday in the early hours of the day via his social media account namely Facebook upon facing criticism from his friends on social media.
Recalled that on 30 December 2016 at 5:10AM Mr Asha posted an album of objectionably nude photographs from the Brazilian contingent of the International Carnival on his personal Facebook page titled: ‘Photo-splash of the Calabar International Carnival 2016 at the U. J Esuene Stadium, Calabar, the Cross River State capital city’. This incited a backlash from handful of Asha’s friends. For instance, one Sylvia Ally Willy-Ebri queried thus —’what???… ‘to which he said in defense:’ Sylvia, I”m not a fan of carnival nor its supporter, not to talk of near naked one as displayed by the Brazillians. I am only doing my duty.’ 
Cross Riverians have frowned against Brazilian nudity during Carnival Calabar 2016 
Again, I reaction to one Agbo James Etim who frowned: ‘This is rather disgusting naked display’, Asha stated ‘I am not a believer in carnival except the green carnival which is meant to draw attention to climate change. However I have to perform my duty. The Brazillians are actually disgusting. God help us.’
SA Solomon Asha 
A social commentator namely Prince Thomas Abi Jr has also frowned against what he referred to as the unethical and un-Biblical character of the International Carnival.
Brazilian band during Carnival Calabar 2016 
Do you think it was wrong to have flaunt nudity during the Carnival Calabar and Festivals 2016 as in other years?
Efio-Ita Nyok
Is a Blogger, the Editor & Publisher of NegroidHaven.org