Mo Abudu has a knack for success and this has been her driving force over the years. Photo: Mo Abudu/Instagram
Ebony Life founder and Forbes Most successful African woman of 2015, Mo Abudu was a year older yesterday, September 11, 2015. Mo is 51 years and she has every reason to be thankful for a fulfilled life.
Born Mosunmola Abudu on September 11, 1964, Mo founded Ebony Life, Africa’s first Global Black Multi-Broadcast Entertainment Network in 2013 after a career which has seen her work as a HR professional, trainer and tv host.
Last year she celebrated her 50th birthday amidst pomp and glamour but it appears the mother of 2 isn’t resting on her oars as she continues to soar in her aim towards greatness.
In January, she was named the Most Successful African woman of the year by Forbes while she also bagged a Doctorate degree as Dr of Humane Letters at the 2014 Convocation Ceremony Babcock University.
Her new movie project’ Fifty’ which stars Dakore Egbuson, Omoni Oboli, Iretiola Doyle and Nse Ikpe-Etim was recently picked as one of the movies that will be screened at the London Film Festival on October 13.
Mo is a go-getter who believes in possibilities. She is definitely an amazon who should be celebrated.
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