DSTV Sierra Leone Is Organizing A One In A Million Festive Kids Party At The Freetown Amusement Park

2020 is a year that we will never forget. It’s a year of struggles, pains, sufferings, traumas, mental disorders, etc. Due to the global pandemic, schools were closed for a longer period, clubs, beaches, amusement parks, and recreational centers were shutdown; thus affecting the mental health of our kids.

Kids are known to live a happy life and enjoy every breath they take in. But with social restrictions been put in place by the government, many kids weren’t opportune to enjoy 2020, which has left many dull and emotionally weak. Kids can’t cope with depression and anxiety as adults do. That’s why DSTV Sierra Leone is organizing a festive kids’ party at the amazing Freetown amusement park (Victoria park). Did you read that? Well, this festive kids’ party will start on November 28th, 2020.

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DSTV Sierra Leone cares about the mental health of our kids, and that’s why they’re organizing a one in a million and never seen “Festive Kids Party” at the Freetown amusement park (Victoria Park). Being parents in the 21st century is definitely the most difficult job in the world. With most kids preferring to spend time playing games online on their mobile devices, watching movies, it’s challenging for every parent to keep them off the screen because it has become an inseparable addition to them.

However, the Festive kids’ party event organized by DSTV Sierra Leone is a great way to keep them off the screens and encourages family bonding. And also instill in them the culture of friendly chit-chat.

To be part of the event, all you have to do is to pay your DSTV Subscription from Monday 23rd November to Friday 27th November and win an unbias invitation for your kids.

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