Tuesday, 25 August 2015

Wetinhappen.com.ng becomes the first Konga verified blog in Akwa Ibom State

The pioneer blog in Akwa Ibom State, www.wetin happen.com.ng, has received its badge as a Konga Verified Blog. Wetinhappen Magazine, as it is fondly called, is an interactive internet magazine focusing on people, events and places in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria and beyond. It offers a unique blend of professionally written feature stories, user-contributed articles, and high-resolution photography.
A statement from Konga.com - Nigeria’s Largest Online Mall, reads: “As you must have observed, it is our culture at Konga to constantly appreciate and generously reward all our partners and our top affiliates. For this reason, it may delight you to know that Konga has read your blog and has approved it as a credible and useful platform. In return, we are offering you a befitting Konga Verified Blogger badge as a reward to use on your blog. With the badge, your audience can trust the authenticity of information they get from your site and advertisers can do business with you without hassles.”

Inspired by the popular Ovation Magazine, Wetinhappen Magazine began its online operations in November 2008 and has well over 5000 daily unique visitors worldwide. The blog has been highly noted for its integrity across the web. In a chat with members of the Press a while ago, the CEO of Wetinhappen.com.ng, Mr. Aniekan Ekah, expressed his gratitude to God for this recognition and he dedicated this award to Akwa Ibom State Government for creating an atmosphere for ideas to thrive and also to his members of his staff who go through the daunting task of research and creative writing. He also extended his dedication to readers and clients who take advantage of the teeming number of readers to advertise on the blog. While thanking Konga for this recognition, Aniekan hinted that Wetinhappen.com.ng is about to move to a bigger platform where more Akwa Ibom youths will be given an opportunity to earn a living through research and writing thus, complementing Governor Udom Emmanuel’s youth empowerment and job creation drive.

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