- Some epic throwback photos of Hint Magazine have surfaced on social media
- Interestingly, former minister of state for petroleum, Ibe Kachikwu, was the publisher of the magazine
- The throwback issues featured veteran actors Pete Edochie, Liz Benson, Eucharia Anunobi among others
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A social media user identified as Leona on microblogging platform, Twitter, has taken Nigerians on a trip down memory lane after sharing some epic throwback photos of a popular magazine publication.
Leona shared photos of some old issues of Hint Magazine, a publication which reigned supreme some years ago.
The lady while sharing the photos had wondered if any of her followers still have any memory of the magazine.
In the photos shared, veteran movie stars Liz Benson, Eucharia Anunobi, Pete Edochie, Regina Askia and Saint Obi were also seen graciously covering some pages of the magazines.
Check out the tweet below:
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Followers who had their memories jogged by the throwback photos were seen reacting in the comment section. One user recounted how the publication had helped him develop a reading culture.
He said: "This was how I developed my reading habit. I’ll steal them from my cousin and read. These books messed up my young brain as my imagination would make each scene vivid in my head."
Another lady also recounted how she used the magazine without her mother’s permission.
She said: "Something that I will steal from my mom's saloon, hide it under my cloth, and hide somewhere to read... me that already knew more than what I was supposed to know from a very very early age. Thank God I turned out great, would have blamed it in this.. my mind was messed up then."
Read what other people had to say below:
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Also reacting, a Twitter user identified as Johannes Tobi, left many surprised after revealing that former minister of state for petroleum, Ibe Kachikwu, was the publisher of the magazine.
See tweet below:
Still in the spirit of epic throwbacks, Legit.ng earlier reported that some interesting throwback pictures of comic actor Victor Osuagwu surfaced in the online community. The actor’s daughter shared the photos on her Twitter page. Several Nigerians flooded the comment section reacting to the photos.
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