Episode 4

Mo Abudu: Founder & CEO, EbonyLife Media–Building a Media Empire, Made in Africa For the World 

Mo Abudu is the Founder and CEO of EbonyLife Media, Africa’s first Global Black Entertainment and Lifestyle network. She is a talk show host, TV producer, human resource management consultant, media personality, entrepreneur, and a philanthropist. The first African to chair the International Emmy Awards Gala, first African to be awarded the Cannes Medallies d’Honneurs and described by Forbes as Africa’s Most Successful Woman.

Mo’s African Business Story is one of firsts! One dedicated to changing the African narrative, creating a global brand and inspiring people to reach higher and further.

 

Hosts & Guests

Akaego Okoye

Mo Abudu: Founder & CEO, EbonyLife Media

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4 Comments

  1. Ijeomalash

    I really enjoyed the talk with Mo Abudu! Very inspiring! Kudos

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  2. Oma

    Great episode. Learnt a lot.

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    • Biova

      Akaego, thanks for helping us, Africans, tell our own stories. It is refreshing to hear about these amazing journeys.

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  3. MARYANNE MOGHALU

    Well done Akaego. Great interview. Much can be achieved by being focused and determined.

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