An new software called Tramatch, created by three Nigerians living in the UK, provides a place for true love and common principles.The app, which was created in 2023 by Uduak Etim, Elijah Bassey, and Ani Okono—all natives of the UK’s Akwa Ibom State—has since become a ray of hope for anyone looking for a religiously grounded relationship.
In a statement released on Wednesday in Uyo, the capital of Akwa Ibom State, co-founder and product manager Ani Okono referred to the app as a “sanctuary” for people who comprehend the tenets of the three Abrahamic faiths: Christianity, Islam, and Judaism.”Tramatch is more than just a dating platform,” he declared. It is a haven for those who respect the timeless teachings of Judaism, Islam, and Christianity—the three Abrahamic faiths.
According to Okono, the app distinguishes itself in Nigeria’s vast and varied cultural terrain by fusing individualism with faith and making sure that each connection is founded not only on common interests but also on spiritual principles.
He claims that the app is the solution for people who are looking for a relationship that honors and celebrates their faith and invites users to visit Tramatch.com to explore this world where love and belief come together.