#Market Friday- Brief tour round IFA atai market


Heyyo everyone......... accept my heartfelt salutations market strategist in the house, I'm @pearlie123 and I've got a market which I'll like us to survey together

So we'll be taking a brief tour round a market here in my locality.... it's called after the community name IFA ATAI it's a very local market sold according to the custom of the land.....once each week

So I decided to visit the market briefly as my time permits, let's check it out together to the best of our ability and get some vital information about this market

Ifa market is owned by the village and is mainly under the care of the village council...hence all taxes and rates are gotten by the council chief in charge
Ifa atai market is located just by the roadside of ifa big junction, the goods over there are of good quality and always affordable
It has all the criteria it takes to be a good and satisfactory market to the buyers who come from different directions just to make purchases of food items and other stuffs

Ifa market is segmented......this means that each part of the market has goods meant for it like.....cloth segment, meat segment, grains segment, fish deport etc

Here we have grains......... groundnuts etc

Here we have skin care products like deodorants, sprays, soaps, body creams stick on a mobile cart etc

We see the food stuffs here......unripe plantain etc

Here's the cloth section👇

Ankara/wax materials in stock


I'm sorry it only had to be a brief tour.... we'll visit the shoe section, cutleries and kitchen utensils section, natural herbs section, fish and meet section in my next your round IFA ATAI market.....do have a great weekend lovelies


Many apologies for running so late this week. Mother's Day was last weekend and it was impossible to do anything but Mother's Day all weekend, which was my pleasure to be treated so wonderfully. That put me severely behind in writing personal responses, but, I did get to read them all, as always. I read and voted your post, so thank you so much, but, it lacks the attention I usually give it.

#MarketFriday began as a way to reach out across the globe and learn about different cultures through their markets, especially local markets and farmers' markets, and eventually branched out and evolved over time from straight shopping to a cultural affair as it highlights how we differ and then again, how much we are alike. We have become a melting pot of culture, but it is still the Rituals, Festivals, food, architecture, and even your language/languages that separate us... Along with the fact that these things are normal for us. There are unwritten rules that rule our social behaviors. I see this as allowing for increased tolerance between cultures and nations, and opportunities to come together on an even playing ground. A strong culture can be beneficial to a country as it promotes unity, especially during a crisis, peaceful debate, and open dialogue. I have learned so much about all of you and it has been an amazing experience. I can only hope that learning about each other can help us work together for a peaceful world.

Thank you for being a part of #MarketFriday