By Robert Dixon | Contributing Writer |
Scene at the famous Paynesville Town Hall was filled with excitement as hundreds of patrons and organizers stormed the launch of what appears to be Liberia’s first photography magazine.
The photography magazine which is the first of its kind in the country, capture images of Liberia’s talents, showcasing those major tourist sites in Liberia, while the launch of the was also galvanized by Edana Models displaying their talents amidst jubilation.
Guests arriving at the occasion were orderly led to a Red carpet, where a photograph of them was taken as per the protocol to be placed Edana widely read editions of its online magazines for those around the world.
Reports reaching this paper say, the guests were vividly seen in very long cues waiting to be captured by the lenses of Edana cameras, while others were seen taking individual photos with their mobile phones. “I am very much excited, for what I have seen, Edana Photography has beat my imagination, this is wonderful,” Branda Coleman stated.
“All Liberians need to support this effort by Edmond and others, this is indeed a wonderful venture, I believed, our individual supports towards this project will help improve the Liberian Art Sector,” she averred.
Meanwhile, the CEO of Edana Magazine, Edmond Lloyd is lauding all Liberians for their massive turned out and supports to his dreams. According to him, it is the effort of all Liberians that allow him and others reach this far.
He is at the same time calling on the Business Community, None Government NGO and the Liberian Government to support his program, the Edana Photography.
The Program Planner at the Edana Photography, Aaron L. Nyemah wants Liberians see themselves as partners and not ordinary people. According to him, Edana as an entity seeks to improve the Liberian dream.
He at the same time joined his boss Edmond in calling for support to the Magazine.
In conclusion, the CEO of Edana Photography Magazine, Edmond Loyld said, the Magazine which is an online magazine will feature Liberia’s tourist sector, showcasing the Liberian Art Industry and advertize businesses and governmental programs.
The launch of the magazine was attended by scores of personalities, including Edana Models, International Guests as well as the media.