MakeMyDay, the primary source for social media networking on the Continent of Africa, was officially launched in Lagos, Nigeria.
The platform will serve a population of some 1,033 billion people currently living in the 52 countries of Africa, of which 494,601,127 fall within the ages 15 –44, with a growth rate of 2 per cent per year.
According to Babajide John Olawunmi, Founder/CEO of Brain Box Entertainment, the aim of MakeMyDay is to give individuals the opportunity to share with their friends, family, and acquaintances.
“Most importantly, it gives people the opportunity to interact with the site’s administration, which is unheard of in social networking,” said Olawunmi.
“MakeMyDay allows people the opportunity to share experiences, which is something that has become a daily occurrence for most people around the world,” added Olawunmi.
The MakeMyDay Social Network (MakeMyDay) is the brainchild of Brainbox Entertainment, which has the vision of excelling in the area of educating its subscribers along with the primary aim of bringing people from all walks of life together.
The Platform will help bring time tested and relevant counseling to its subscribers in the following areas: Marriage, Courtship, Dating, Business financing and Entrepreneurship,” noted Olawunmi.
The services will be provided primarily online, but according to the spokesperson, the company will host offices in each country that it markets to, with the intent of helping individuals with through counseling, as well as, developing that proper online identity.