The Garden State is still reverberating from the thrilling shake it received yesterday from thousands of Sierra Leoneans who celebrated SIERRA LEONE DAY IN NEW JERSEY with a massive parade in the day and a jampacked 51st Independence Anniversary Ball in the night in what was yet another celebration of Sierra Leone pride in the United States. A float parade with traditional dancing led by masked devils and the New Jersey Hunting Society marked an enjoyable 51st Independence Anniversary celebration . And the occasion was followed by a massive dance .
WE WILL BRING YOU A FULL REPORT AND MORE EXCITING PHOTOS IN OUR WRITE-UP TOMORROW. THIS IS JUST A NEWS FLASH. MEANWHILE, FEAST YOUR EYES ON A FEW PHOTOS OF THE PARADE :
The hunting society dancing through one of the principal streets
One of the floats during the parade
ONE of the organizers Foday Mansaray –second from left–poses with the Grand Marshalls and another Sierra Leone
MADINA RAHMAN -ANOTHER ORGANIZER–POSES IN FRONT OF ONE OF THE FLOATS
The surprise grand marshalls of the parade – From left Bishop P. N. Manages and Rev. W.L .Kabs-Kanu– in the lead float as the parade takes off