PalmPay Serenades Lucky Couple in Purple Valentine Date Show 

Leading fintech platform PalmPay on Tuesday, February 13, prior to the Valentine’s Day celebration, serenaded a lucky couple to a special date night amidst the hues of a lavishly decorated romantic restaurant setting specially tailored for them.

In celebration of this year’s love-filled Valentine’s Day, PalmPay shortlisted and hosted two couples, picked from several entries to an enchanting Purple Valentine Date Show to celebrate their love under an atmosphere of mesmerizing entertainment. 

The Purple Valentine dinner, which took place at the Hook Bar and Grill Lounge, Victoria Island, Lagos, was a spectacle of romance that blended elegance with heartfelt moments and had the lucky couple indulging in mouth-watering cuisine and exquisite wines. 

Kevin Olumese, Senior Marketing Manager, PalmPay, said, “The specially tailored couple dinner date night was to celebrate this season of love and show appreciation to PalmPay users for their continued loyalty and support. 

“This evening was our way of celebrating the lucky couples in this season of love and appreciating the trust and loyalty our users have shown us. We hope this special dinner night adds a touch of excitement and joy to the love they share.” 

Speaking on behalf of her and her husband, Cynthia Okorie, wife of Charles Okorie, thanked PalmPay for a special Valentine’s Day outing, adding, “My husband and I are happy to have won the PalmPay Purple Valentine Date Show. We had fun and enjoyed ourselves and are grateful to PalmPay for an exciting night.” 

At the one-day PalmPay Purple Valentine dinner, the participating couples were tested for their knowledge and loyalty to one another via interesting couple games that helped to reinforce their undying love for one another. 

About PalmPay: PalmPay is a leading Africa-focused fintech platform committed to driving economic empowerment in Africa by offering top-tier products such as money transfers, bill payments, credit services, and savings on its app and mobile money agents.

Since launching in Nigeria in 2019 under a Mobile Money Operator (MMO) license, PalmPay has grown to over 30 million users and 1.1 million businesses, including 600,000 merchants and 500,000 agents, as part of its cashless payment ecosystem.