“Boyz are not smiling” is a slang used to encompass Nigerian men who are about business and being movers and shakers in Nigeria’s fashion and entertainment industry. For Bode Ojo and Temi Kolawole, the saying holds very true. Having built successful platforms for publishers like Uche Eze’s BellaNaija.com and Demola Ogundele’s Notjustok.com, the duo team up to launch a vibrant sophisticated online and print magazine ‘Golden Icons.’
Golden Icons launches its premiere print issue with Van Vicker, Gollywood (Ghana) film celebrity, gracing the cover. LadybrilleNigeria.com salutes this brilliant media entrepreneurs.
Meet the Founders of Golden Icons Magazine.
Bode Ojo, Publisher and Editor-in-Chief Golden Icons Magazine
“Bode Ojo is an American by birth with a Nigerian background. He graduated from the University of Missouri at Rolla (UMR), with an Electrical Engineering degree. Currently working as a Sr. Pipeline Integrity Engineer in the Oil and Gas industry in Houston, Texas.
The President / Managing Partner of a web design company “Antigravity LLC” located in Houston and Atlanta.
A former Executive Editor for Trendy Africa Magazine.”
Temi Kolawole, Managing Editor Golden Icons Magazine
“Temi Kolawole is a graduate of Babcock University with a Computer Engineering degree who is an all-round web developer who has a huge passion for the internet and music. He is a highly motivated and driven young man who sees no boundaries.
He is the CTO/Managing Partner of Antigravity LLC and CEO Sturvs.com.”
Support quality. Visit www.goldenicons.com and purchase your copy of the premiere Golden Icons issue featuring Van Vicker.
~Photocredit: Golden Icons
~Photodescription: 2nd pic: Bode George with Van Vicker, 3rd pic: Temi on a Delta flight in 1st class seat where he luckily ran into Ashanti and was ready for a closeup.
Golden Icon Magazine Commercial, ‘BIG BOI’ Style
Golden Icons Van Vicker Shoot
Founded in 2007, Ladybrille® Magazine is a California based pioneer digital publication demystifying the image of Africans in the west through contemporary African fashion and celebrating the brilliant woman in business and leadership, with an emphasis on the African woman in the diaspora. Our coverage includes stories on capital, access to markets, expertise, hiring and retention, sales, marketing, and promotions.