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Mo Abudu

Talk Show Hostess, Media Entrepreneur and HR Management Consultant
Country: Nigeria

Mo Abudu is the Hostess of one of Africa’s most successful talks shows ‘Moments with Mo’, along with being the CEO of EbonyLife TV which prides itself as Africa’s first Global Black Entertainment and Lifestyle Network with over 8 million regular viewers in over 48 countries. Prior to her media career, Mo was an executive at ExxonMobil for nearly a decade, a promoter for the Protea Hotel Oakwood Park and the founder Vic Lawrence & Associates, One of Nigeria’s leading outsourcing firms.

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Mo Abudu has made her mark in various fields during her career, first as an executive at ExxonMobil, a promoter behind the Protea Hotel Oakwood Park in Lagos and the founder of Vic Lawrence & Associates, one of Nigeria’s leading outsourcing firms. Mo then transitioned into the world of media, as the Creator, Executive Producer and Hostess of ‘Moments With Mo’, becoming Africa’s ‘First Lady of Chat’. The show is the first of kind to be syndicated across Africa, with esteemed guests such as Hillary Rodham Clinton, President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria Muhammadu Buhari and Nobel Laureate Professor Wole Soyinka.

In 2013 Mo Launched EbonyLife TV, which prides itself as Africa’s first Global Black Entertainment and Lifestyle network from premium homegrown entertainment content and it currently boasts over 8 million regular viewers in over 48 countries. Mo is also the Executive Producer of Desperate Housewives Africa in collaboration with Disney.  The following year, Mo then diversified into film, setting up EbonyLife Films. Its first feature film ‘FIFTY’ was the top grossing Nigerian Film of 2015 and was the biggest premiere in the history of the Nigerian Movie industry to date.

Mo’s expertise are her in-depth knowledge of the African and Global creative industry and has received international recognition for her achievements, from Forbes as the first African woman to launch a Pan African TV channel and a CNN report ‘Africa’s Queen of Media who conquered the continent’.

    Keynote Topics

    • Media
    • Creativity
    • Entrepreneurship
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