Brazil – Momo King Carnival Group Arrive In Seychelles For This Weekend’s Carnival International De Victoria
In 2014, Brazil’s Sao Paolo Samba School stood for a second year running on the podium as one of the best International floats.
Leader in the world of carnivals, Sao Paolo’s 20-member delegation is this year giving Seychelles a special treat showcasing in Carnival Parade, Brazilian version of Momo King.
Dubbed Momo King Group, the presence of Brazilian delegation in Seychelles, as it landed at the Seychelles International airport in the morning of Tuesday 21st April brought with it an explosion of excitement.
Similar faces, Daniel Okamoto, executive director of one of the most known Samba school and Juliano Barbosa were once again in Seychelles to lead the delegation.
Juliano said the Brazilian group is ‘’very excited to be in Seychelles’’ to join in the celebrations for this fifth anniversary of the Seychelles carnival.
Alain St.Ange, the Seychelles Minister for Tourism and Culture, principal secretary for tourism Anne Lafortune and the principal secretary of culture Benjamine Rose and Sherin Naiken the chief executive of the Seychelles Tourism Board, at the airport to welcome carnival delegations did not miss the opportunity to express their heartedly feeling of embracing in third year running the presence of the Brazilian delegation in Seychelles carnival.
Brazil is here to take the lead in Carnaval International de Victoria Parade. The delegation has fine tuned its theme and coming out with a much more electrify version of Brazil’s carnival parade.
Mastering the art of carnival parade, Brazil is here to keep once again its print in the Carnaval International de Victoria and show the Seychellois public what and how it is done in Brazil during their own carnival.
Benjamine Rose Principal Secretary for Culture, Sherin Naiken Chief Executive of Seychelles Tourism Board, Anne Lafortune Principal secretary for Tourism and Alain St.Ange Minister for Tourism and Culture