St Kitts and Nevis: PM Terrance Drew invites Kittitians to attend Nevis Mango festival

The prime minister of St Kitts and Nevis, Dr Terrance Drew, travelled to the sister island of Nevis for the most anticipated three-day Mango Festival. The Prime Minster shared glimpses of the mango festival

The prime minister of St Kitts and Nevis, Dr Terrance Drew, travelled to the sister island of Nevis for the most anticipated three-day Mango Festival. The Prime Minster shared glimpses of the mango festival and urged the people of St Kitts to visit the festival. Dr Drew further shared that The vibe is at the Mango Festival in Nevis. Come on over and enjoy the festivities.

The Prime Minister visited the island of Nevis for the final day of the Mango Festival and made an effort to invite the people to enjoy the Mango Festival and all the activities available for the event. Further, Dr Drew interacted with several attendants of the mango festival and shared some quality time with the people of his country.

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The prime minister engaged in several activities with the people of St Kitts and Nevis. The team of organizers have arranged several events and activities in the federation. The Prime Minister shared several images from his trip to Nevis for the festival. During his visit, prime minister, Dr Terrance Drew, invited all the people to the island of Nevis.

The mango festival had several events for all the attendants’ enjoyment and entertainment. The events included a mango eating competition, supper club, Pinney’s Beach Bar Crawl and more. Additionally, It also features several; Chefs Competition, Wellness Zone, Mango 101, Kids Zone, and Chef Samples.

On the final day of the Nevis Mango Festival 2023, over 30 local chefs will showcase their culinary genius with mango-infused creations. Indulge in a compelling experience of all things Mango at our For The Love Of Mangoes event! Accordingly, Dr Terrance Drew urged the country’s people to attend the entertaining event.

The Mango Festival featured delectable food tastings, exciting chefs’ competitions, invigorating wellness experiences and informative panel discussions. The attendants can also indulge in art workshops and retail therapy while enjoying live music and traditional Moko Jumbies performances.

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