Seye Kehinde plans City People’s Silver Jubilee

City People Magazine, Nigeria’s leading celebrity journal, has announced plans to commemorate its 25th year anniversary this year with various programmes and activities.

The oldest surviving celebrity magazine in Nigeria was founded in November 1996 by  Seye Kehinde, a veteran journalist, who rose to become the Editor of Tempo Magazine in his early 30s. The magazine was established 25 years ago to mirror the lifestyles of celebrities in Nigeria and has over the years grown to become the undisputed leader in the soft-sell sector.

City People Publisher,  Seye Kehinde said, “In the spirit of our Silver Jubilee anniversary, CityPeople has lined up special programmes that will run from January to December 2021 to commemorate a major milestone.

“The programmes will run across all media platforms, aims to celebrate the enduring City People brand as well as icons and personalities who have made a monumental mark in various industries from Politics, Entertainment, Sports, Society, and corporate leaders.

“We shall be looking back on our editions in the past 25 years to celebrate men and women of substance who have also remained relevant and in the spotlight for the last 25 years and still counting.”

“We shall be producing 25 Special pull-outs to be spread over the next 12 months for our teeming readers.”

 

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