The magazine was outdoored at an impressive colourful ceremony at the Mövenpick Ambassador Hotel in Acca, Wednesday night.
The quarterly magazine seeks to encourage growth and discovery through stories of people and lessons that can be learnt from their experiences.
Dedo Kofi, the editor of Truelife speaking at the event stated that the editorial team of the magazine put in lots of efforts to come out with a magazine that is not only rich in content, but could also match the design and layout of any magazine from any part of the world.
The first copy of the magazine was auctioned for Gh¢2,500 and was bought by one Kris Atsu Ackuaku.
The exquisitely designed magazine which will hit the sales points, goes for a cool price of GH¢10 and Dedo Kofi says that is value for money if not more.
The True Life magazine, covers a wide range of topics and issues that affect everyday life. The magazine, according to its editor has something in stock for people of all ages, irrespective of their background.
Some of the regular columns include Hard Talk, Interior, Fashion and Beauty, Food and Drink, Wellness and Relationships.
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