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Register Now & Meet Your Potential Spouse at “Catch The Wave” Season 1| Saturday 31st May 2014



Catch The Wave - BellaNaija - April - 2014

Here’s your chance to mingle, share, have fun and meet your potential spouse!

Matured single ladies & gents who are between the ages of 32 – 45 years, independent, working-class and ready to mingle are invited to meet potential friends and spouses, share and get connected at the Catch the Wave event powered by Singles Connect Concept.

As you attend there will be networking, matured discussions and cocktails with highlighted moments for all guests to enjoy.

This is an invitation only event and of course you have to look your best…because you never know what could happen.

N10,000 only before Monday 12th May 2014 | N15,000 after Monday 12th May 2014.
Final date of payment/registration is Saturday 24th may 2014.

Payment Details
Bank: Zenith Bank
Account Name: Singles Connect Concept
Account Number: 1013109995
NOTE: After Payment, send a text message with the following details to any of these numbers: 08023145376 OR 08023023463
: Your full name (s), amount paid, date of payment, mode of payment, gender (male / female) and this code: CTW1

For enquiries on payment, venue, reservation and further details, please call 07030094233 OR 08023145376. You can also send an email to [email protected]

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Date: Saturday 31st May 2014
Time: 3 PM
Venue: A cozy place on Lagos Island to be announced to participants

**Limited spaces available. For matured singles, divorced, young widows / widowers & single-parents only.

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  1. NaijaPikin

    May 5, 2014 at 1:32 pm

    Lol. This is serious. But before you start telling people to make payment, they should finalize all plans. Believe it or not, the venue can be a deal breaker for some.

    Finalize details then promote.

  2. Sylvonce

    May 5, 2014 at 3:08 pm

    Akuikoh Igba Mmonwu!

  3. Sloane Ranger

    May 6, 2014 at 12:17 am

    appears ‘working class’ means something different

  4. Stephanie

    May 6, 2014 at 8:16 am

    Thanks Bella

  5. mel

    May 7, 2014 at 12:50 am

    I’d love to go, but I feel people may judge. In the UK these things can be quite a laugh. But here it might be seen as you’re desperate. But the only consolation is that everyone there will the same boat….lol

    And oh I forgot the price is a bit steep…most mixers are like 20quid max (about 5k). What’s the hike for?

  6. izzi pizzy

    May 7, 2014 at 10:47 am

    Sylvonce.haba (u got me rolling here)

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