Ministry looking to change Mash route for grander 2015 parade

The Mash Committee is considering a change of route to accommodate the increasing number of spectators and revellers participating in the annual float parade celebrating the Republic Day anniversary, Culture Minister Dr Frank Anthony said at the annual Mashramani Awards Ceremony held at the Umana Yana on Friday evening.

“The crowd did not disappoint us this year, some would say it was over 9,000 people, and we need to seriously contemplate to change the route of the parade,” Anthony said, according to a report the Government Information Agency (GINA). The ceremony closed the month  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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