Thursday, 14 December 2017

Aunt Landa, Alibaba Prepare Market Square to Make Christmas Memorable for Less Privileged

Humanitarian Dr Yolanda N. George-David, also known as Aunt Landa and Alibaba, the Aunt Landa Market Square fair Chairman have announced plans for the “Happiness Edition” of Aunt Landa Market Square’; set to hold at CPM International, Plot R 2nd Avenue Festac, Lagos  on the 23rd of December, 2017.
Aunt Landa Market Square is the only market square in the world where the needy gets to buy food, clothes, medicine and almost every other thing they need to survive for FREE at the price of the "Aunt Landa Love Currency (Zero Naira wrapped in God's love).
Apart from the fact that there will be a medical clinic to provide free professional healthcare to attendees in need of medical attention, several start-up equipment including grinding machines, sewing machines, sealing machines, clippers, laptops, cake mixers, hair wash-basins, popcorn makers, mini ovens, and more will be given out for free.

Speaking on the reason for the market square, Dr Yolanda N. George David remarked, “The market square is beyond just an event, it is a festival, a shopping experience, a carnival, a concert and a comedy show. Alibaba and I want everyone to be excited in this season of love and to do that, we need to make it memorable. Nothing gives us more pleasure than seeing everyone around us happy.
Anyone and everyone can be a part of this by getting rid of their clusters as well as donating whatever else they have to make sure a child doesn’t spend Christmas under the bridge somewhere.”
The previous edition tagged ‘ALSolesForSouls’ which took place on the 23rd of September, 2017 at Havilah Events Centre Jibowu Yaba, Lagos, witnessed a massive crowd, and attendance from some of the biggest industry names, including comedy pioneer Alibaba, popular on-air personality Lolo 1, comedienne Lepacious Bose,  Nikki Laoye and a host of others.
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