Red Carpet Protocol founder launches 3 new magazines

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By Patricia Amogu
Earl Osaro Onaiwu, the Founder of Red Carpet Protocol Ltd., a reputation management and VIP protocol company has launched three new magazines into the media market.
The magazines are Mandate 36; Talk of the Town; and Osaronno.
Speaking on the launch of the magazines, Onaiwu, said the publications “are curated to make a significant impact in the media industry by offering captivating content that caters to diverse interests.
“We are thrilled to introduce these three exceptional magazines to the public.
“Each publication has been carefully curated to offer an extraordinary reading experience, and tailored to meet the specific interests of our esteemed readers.
“They are a testament to our commitment to excellence and our passion for delivering top-tier media content.”
 He said the introduction of the new magazines into the media space “further solidifies Red Carpet Protocol Ltd’s position as an industry leader.”
According to him, Mandate 36, the first and only magazine dedicated to showcasing the activities of the 36 state governors, promises to become an essential source of information for readers seeking insights into the leadership and achievements of influential figures.
“It aims to foster a deeper understanding of the role and impact of state governors on the socio-economic development of Nigeria.
“Talk of the Town magazine, another pioneering addition to Red Carpet Protocol Ltd’s repertoire, will provide an exclusive platform for sharing compelling stories and insights about news-makers from various industries.
“This magazine will serve as the go-to source for readers desiring to gain a comprehensive understanding of the exceptional individuals who shape Nigeria’s societal landscape.
“Osaronno, the third magazine being launched, encapsulates a world of men’s fashion and style,” he said.
Onaiwu stated that with its impeccable editorial content, Osaronno aims to redefine fashion trends and elevate men’s fashion sense to new heights. Osaronno will be a guidebook, merging elegance and sophistication with modern flair.
“The magazines will be available in leading outlets across Abuja.
“Readers can also subscribe to digital editions and explore the latest issues through the official websites of Mandate 36, Talk of the Town, and Osaronno.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the launch of the three magazines represents a significant milestone in the company’s journey toward enriching the country’s media landscape. (NAN)
Edited by Emmanuel Yashim
Philip Daniel Yatai

Principal Correspondent, NAN Abuja

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