Business Owners, Fun Lovers, General Public Expected As EDMARK Hold Faaji Night Cashless Market

By Maxwell Adeyemi Adeleye

A Multinational Health Wellness, Lifestyle and anti-obesity firm, EDMARK International Group of Companies will this weekend 26th and 27th October 2018 hold the first ever Faaji Night Cashless Market in the commercial city of Lagos, Nigeria.


According to a statement made available to News Men on Tuesday in Lagos, the event will take place at the recently commissioned multi-million dollars Corporate Headquarters of the company nicked-named D’PODIUM, situated at 31b, Aromire Avenue, off Allen Avenue, or Adeniyi Jones, Ikeja.



The event is expected to be graced by the company’s distributors popularly known as Premium, Crown and Double Crown Managers, Private Business Men and Women including financial institutions who are expected to display their products and services for exhibition, fun lovers, entertainers and members of the public.



The Faaji Night Cashless Market, powered by a subsidiary of the company, Edmark2Everything (ED2E), with only the mobile payment application of the firm called EDPoints accepted as means of payment instead of cash, start by 5pm and end 12 midnight daily.



EDPoints is a mobile application that can be downloaded from goggle or apple play stores by iphone and android phones users. The mobile payment platform which started in Philippines in 2017 has now been moved to five African countries namely Kenya, Tanzania, South Africa, Ghana and Nigeria.


“Other side attractions of the Faaji Night Cashlesss Market include Raffle Draw, Comedy Show, Live Performance by several Nigerian and Non-Nigerian Artists and Trade Fair” the company said in the statement.



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