February 6, 2015
JUNKANOO Carnival Commission Chairman Paul Major
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BAHAMAS Junkanoo Carnival was never designed to work as a “profit exercise”, according to Bahamas National Festival Commission Chairman Paul Major.
MORE than four months since festival-goers masqueraded through the streets of Nassau at the second annual Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival, organisers confirmed that the highly anticipated economic and revenue report on the event will be released next week.
JUNKANOO Carnival Commission Chairman Paul Major yesterday conceded that he would have liked “to have known by now” the name of the international artist the government will choose to headline Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival.
JUNKANOO Carnival Commission Chairman Paul Major yesterday defended the inaugural festival from critics who argue it would lead to social degradation, and said it was an “undeserving indictment” to “say that Bahamians can’t conduct themselves in a festive atmosphere.”
BAHAMAS Junkanoo Carnival Commission Chairman Paul Major yesterday said he was “not concerned” that the controversial resignation and subsequent reinstatement of two key commission members would have a negative effect on the commission’s work to promote Carnival.