3 Days Of Excitement, Colour And Funfair For Kids At The 2015 PH Int’l Trade Fair
The atmosphere was electric the children were stunning and the dance step amazingly breathtaking as Port Harcourt Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with Purple Pearl Services and Tummy Tummy Noodles celebrated special days dedicated to children tagged “The Extra-ordinary Child” (TEC).
The event was part of 3 days activities specially marked out for children at the 11th Port Harcourt fInternational Trade fair and for the Port Harcourt chamber of commerce it has been an annual tradition to organize children parties and provide a platform to for them to showcase themselves.
The three day event was funfilled, simply brilliant and the organization was fantastic. Children were engaged and thoroughly entertained for the whole period; the presenter was not just awesome but educative and very engaging with the children.
In his remark, the President of Port Harcourt Chamber of Commerce, Dr. Emi Membere-Otaji on behalf of the exco, elected council and entire membership of the 2015 trade fair committee expressed gratitude to everyone who contributed to the success of the event. He lauded the energy and enthusiasm used to deliver such a wonderful, dynamic and truly fantastic party for the children. He hugely appreciated and commended the children for their exploits in putting up a brilliant and spectacular display.
He said organizing a special children’s day at the Port Harcourt international trade fair has become an age long tradition for the chamber whose aim is to provide a platform for children to also participate, have fun, showcase their talents and interact broadly at the trade fair.
According to him, the special children’s day is also an opportunity to reach out and provide fun and gifts to children from charity homes, motherless babies and a whole lot of others kids in society.
The chairman of the 2015 trade fair committee, Chief Nabil Saleh at the reception to mark the opening events of the kid show stated that the children programme provides good quality fun for children during the fair. “We provide a welcoming, stimulating, and safe environment with lots of funfilled opportunities for children to play. It is our own way of encouraging children to develop positive relationships with each other, make new friends, compete healthily and let them have a firsthand perception of what a trade fair looked like” he said.
Mrs Mercy Abu, Chairperson of the Entertainment sub-committee of the 2015 trade fair and Mrs Edughom Hanson a PHCCIMA elected council member had staked consensus that the children programme at the fair will not only add value to the children’s development but as well provide a tremendous experience for the kids that will remain ever green in their memories.
The three day children programme featured modeling and walkway competition, chair sitting completion, group and individual dancing competition with lots of prizes and give aways from Tummy, tummy, Purple Pearl services and PHCCIMA