Mo Abudu Named Among Top 25 Women in Global Media

October 12, 2017 at 10:02
25 women in global tv

Nigeria Media Entreprenuer, Mosunmola Abudu has been named among Hollywood’s review of Top 25 Women in Global TV.

Reacting to her new feat, the Ebony Life CEO posted an appreciation note on her Instagram page.

Yipee ?????????? It’s such an honor and privilege to be included in The Hollywood Reporter’s review of the TOP 25 WOMEN IN GLOBAL TV. The Hollywood Reporter is one of the most respected show business magazines in the world. It’s an honor to continue to fly the flag for Nigeria and the continent. I continue to give God all the glory. ????. Thank you Lord and a big thank you to the EbonyLife team, my family and friends and partners and sponsors who give me so much support. God bless and keep you all ????????
Click on the link in my bio to read the full article! She wrote.


Doing an appraisal of the CEO, Hollywood Reporter wrote, “Abudu has been at the forefront of media innovation on the continent since transitioning from a career in human resources at oil giant Exxon Mobil to hosting a talk show to, in 2006, launching her own global network, EbonyLife TV (the largest pan-African network is available in about 50 countries). Her media empire now extends to movies — in 2016, EbonyLife’s film division co-produced Nollywood rom-com The Wedding Party, which smashed local box-office records, taking in more than $1.3 million at the Nigerian box office. Her goal for the coming year: “To successfully produce Africa’s first sci-fi TV series.”

She was listed among Australia’s Carol Trusel, Germany’s Roller Bauer and Twenty Two others. Congratulations to her.


  1. Congratulations on your achievements mam

  2. This is just the beginning of more blessing for you

  3. You’re so hardworking and a blessing to us

  4. You are an inspiration

  5. Yassss bosslady!! Huge congratulations.

  6. You are such a huge inspiration and influence on me

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Omaku Josephine Ananeyi is a Journalist with keen interest in social reformation, a spontaneous writer, an impulsive reader, and a talker. She currently writes for Ghafla Nigeria.