UK-based Elegant Flix Magazine launched in Nigeria

Elegant Flix, an online UK-based magazine was recently launched in Nigeria. The event held in Abuja, is coming on the heels of a successful unveiling of the magazine in the United Kingdom.

According to the publisher, HRM Florence Okonkwo, an international Nollywood actress, who had the honour of unveiling the magazine, the 3D online celebrity magazine, is out to showcase talents and achievements of individuals, groups and organizations in Nigeria and other countries of the world.

The event which took place at the prestigious Transcorp Hilton Hotel, witnessed the presence of dignitaries from all walks of life which included royal fathers, politicians, actors, business men and women amongst others.

Some of the dignitaries were: HRM, Igwe Ngene Nwoye, Akwuke 1 of Akwuke; Igwe Jude Udobi, Igwe Akwaja of Byazin; Etsu of Bwari, Sa-Peyi of Garki; Olu of Waru kingdom and Chief Onwurah Agility, founder of Nollywood New Yam Festival.

Others included, APGA Presidential candidate, Professor Peter Umeadi; former Senate President Ken Nnamanni; Chief Gbazuoavu Nweke Gbazuagu; Iya Olaja and Actors Guild of Nigeria, president, Chief Emeka Rollas Ejezie (MON); Barr Uju Ohanenye; Dr Franca Aernan; former Vice President North Central, Actors Guild of Nigeria, Monalisa Chinda; Andy Chukwu; Chukwudi Uzochukwu; Steve Eboh; Frank Ike; Dr. Robert Uzu; Chief Ethel Odumegwu; Engr Joe Uzor and Hon Ginika Tor.

Okonkwo who is also known as ‘Queen of Red Carpet, London’ explained that Elegant flix magazine is birthed to be an embodiment of information about the who-is-who in the motion picture industry passing across vetted information, creating awareness and up -to-date information about your favourite celebrities.

She further said that the overall objective of the magazine is to bring exposure to the talent and rich cultural heritage of the Nigerian people as well as its art, being showcased to a larger audience, by informing, entertaining and educating the general public with no barrier of age, tribe, race, ethnicity, and being made available to all to enjoy.

It was gathered that the magazine is partnering with Actors Guild of Nigeria.

The event was marked with cultural dances from different tribes, red carpet and so many other attractions including a prayer session for Okonkwo who goes by the title, ‘Eze nwanyi Eji Eje Mba,’ administered by all the royal fathers and traditional rulers present.

They prayed for the success of the magazine and for the entire projects being executed by the publisher.

Okonkwo thanked the dignitaries that witnessed the occasion as well as her family, fans and most especially NOIRE TV for featuring the launch in Nigeria and the United kingdom.

She also graced the annual new yam festival.

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