VAULT MAGAZINE IS BACK WITH WITH ISSUE 5.

VAULT MAGAZINE IS BACK WITH WITH ISSUE 5.

The Business Edit is the latest offering from Vault Magazine and it’s packed with plenty of business tips to carry you through 2018. On the cover of Issue 5, is none other than the co-founder and CEO of IrokoTV, Jason Njoku.   DISCOVER THESE BUSINESS STORIES ON VAULT 5 AND BEGIN YOUR PATH TO SUCCESS NOW! VAULT magazine is a small, stylishly compact digital magazine jam packed with positively curated content for the forward thinking, style loving, bold millennials and Generation Xers. The fifth issue is now available to read online. With this new issue, we’re unveiling a “Business Edit” filled with stories from different business backgrounds and perspectives to inspire all our readers. African tech, film entrepreneur and start up investor Jason Njoku as our cover boy was only apt “because for such a young man, his business journey is incredible and a huge inspiration for us all. His experience teaches us that no matter what, resolve never to give up, to never quit and to try try harder one more time” states Cynthia editor at Vault. “With every story we share in our magazine, with every issue, we’re committed to inspire and to provide a place where our readers could escape and dream positively. May the stories inspire you, may the business tips help you.” Cynthia also added. VAULT magazine is a quarterly bilingual fashion, beauty and lifestyle online magazine from a Cameroonian and an African perspective by Douala/London based creative PR consultancy ModeMaison PR. For fun fashionable edutaining reads, VAULT is the place to go! Happy reading and do not forget to hashtag #IamVaulting !  ...

YENIH’S DELITES: A CAMEROON JELLOF(JOLLOF) FEAST.

On this particular day, I was craving Cameroon Jellof rice but I really didn’t feel like cooking. I just wanted to stay in bed and catch up on 24: Legacy(I’m still pissed the show got cancelled…mscheeew!) Anyway, back to the matter. So I told myself “I’ll just go in, prepare a quick jellof rice and roasted chicken and I’m out of the kitchen.” So how did I end up with a feast? How Sway? Anywhooo, by now, I should know I don’t just get in and out…I get in and feast out. So that’s how yours truly came up with all of these. What’s on the menu? 1.) Cameroon Jellof Rice. 2.)Plantain cups filled with sautéed mixed peppers, prawns and kidney beans. 3.) Spicy Roasted Chicken. 4.)Potato Salad. ✌✌✌✌...

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