The much awaited publication that promotes and educates the up-and-coming artists has finally been released into the Nigerian market.
Nollywoodgossip learned that since the launching of the magazine at a star studded event – attended by Zeb Ejiro, Chico Ejiro, Emeka Ossai, Fidelis Ducker, Joy Egbunu, Tokumbo Odedina, and many others – it’s gradually turning into one of the biggest things in Nollywood in 2013.
Top stars such as: Bukky Ajayi, Monalisa Chinda, Kate Henshaw, Okey Bakassi, Ibinabo Fiberesima, Segun Arinze, Emem Isong, Emeka Enyiocha, Bimbo Akintola, Keppy Ekpeyong, Taiwo Oduala, Tricia Eseigbe, Ernest Asuzu, Toyin Alausa and many others are said to have already picked up a copy of the colorful mag.
And according to Lawrence Lurrenz Onuzulike, the founder and publisher, “NAM is a history making project as it is the first ever publication in Africa dedicated to the up-and-coming artists.”
Speaking further Onuzulike lamented that it’s a pity that an industry billed as the second largest in the world cannot boast of a credible place where aspiring actors can obtain authentic information they need to succeeded in their chosen careers.
“But NAM is out to change all that,” he promised.
He went on to explain that NAM will not only promote the upcoming artists, but educate them through informative articles and well-crafted lessons. And that all their questions will be answered by the more successful celebs through the Ask The Celebs section of the magazine.
Interested people can get more information and read the editorial of the first issue at www.nollywoodangels.com
If you haven’t grabbed your copy yet, then ask your vendor or click here to find out where to get one now.