Prioritising the African dream starts with the collective effort to pen our own narratives, taking action and creating the right channels to strive on in the future. In recent times the term ‘Africa Rising’ is gaining strong ground. And, Glam Africa Magazine is standing with all the Africans adding a voice to this narrative.
Our latest edition celebrates the new Africa and Africans in that regard bent on systematically effecting changes to the narratives. Hence, to send this message across the continent, the Glam Africa Magazine team including the Chief Executive Officer, Chioma Onwutalobi met with industry connoisseurs in two major cities in Africa; Lagos and Nigeria. The gathering was to dialogue on topics relating to pushing the boundaries with cutting-edge contributions.
At the Lagos, Oriental Hotel on July 24, celebratory figures such as Seyi Shay, Toke Makinwa, Abiri Oluwabusayomi, Vimbai Mutinhiri, Oseloka Mbadiwe graced the event. Toke Makinwa, Seyi Shay shared their experience working with Glam Africa Magazine and what they are doing to contribute fast growing fashion and the music industry in Nigeria. While on Saturday, July 28 in Accra, the team was joined by supermodel, Victoria Michaels, actors, Zynnell Zuh, Salma Mumin, Elikem Kumordzi, Deborah Vanessa, television host, Emeline Nsingi Nkosi, brand influencer, Afua Rida, others. Glam Africa Magazine’s Bridal Issue cover star, Victoria submitted uplifting words of how she enjoyed working with the magazine and is looking forward to more collaborations. She was followed by Deborah Vanessa who shared her new project, championing a positive cause to end the use of plastics in Ghana. While these discussions were ongoing, guests were treated to mouth-watering drinks and foods.
The Glam Africa Beauty Box was launched at the end of the events by Chioma as the newest gift package for all subscribers of the magazine. Consisting of beauty products from top brands on the continent, which is a unique way of promoting and adding values to these brands and celebrate each reader as part of the larger family.
It doesn’t end here, watch out for ‘Africa Rising’ next stop, who knows, it might be in a city near you.