There were two special things about the morning of Saturday 5th February in Ilorin; The sky was pretty clear and bright for a harmattan morning and Kwakol Markets was hosting its first seminar in Ilorin, themed; Demystifying Trading: Understanding the Risks and Opportunities.
At Kwakol we have taken on the mandate to create and promote the adoption of innovative products and services for earning reliably and building wealth sustainably. Therefore, we constantly look for opportunities to deploy our people, ideas, and capital to do that.
It is even more rewarding for us when people are open and welcoming of our unique offerings and excitedly engage with our products. By 9 AM that morning in Illorin, attendants were already seated for the 10 AM event with eager anticipation. They were captivated by an in-depth but concise presentation by Kwakol’s MD, Yakubu Ishaku, about Kwakol Markets and the services offered to its dear clients. The presentation touched on the advantages of trading the forex market: the key takeaway being the opportunity to create financial freedom for themselves.
Kwakol’s forex educator, Emmanuel Chukwuebuka, took over from the MD and gave a thorough presentation about forex trading and made sure to convey the necessary information clients needed to begin their trading journey with Kwakol.
Kwakol’s conscious efforts to deliver the presentations in a timely, entertaining and relatable manner ensured active participation and excitement. A rendition of the presentation in Yoruba to cater to the Yoruba-speaking audience was well received with a display of enthusiastic cheers.
In between presentations, airtime was won by a few attendants through the fastest fingers game. The event was rounded up on a high note with a raffle draw where ten lucky winners were given $100 trading accounts to begin trading with Kwakol.
It's safe to say the event was a huge success and Kwakol Markets definitely made a lasting impression in the hearts and minds of its new clients from Ilorin. But don’t just take our word for it, let's hear from the attendants themselves, what they have to say about their experience at the event.