Media mogul Mo Abudu sure knows how to turn it up a notch when it comes to her fashion styling, and in most cases, making the younger ones feel jealous, as the 54-year old Philanthropist a few hours ago, took to her social media page to shows off some stylish outfit…and a pair of shinning canvas! abi shey na sneakers bi dis ni? lol
The woman who since coming over to the television and the movie industry after leaving the Oil and Gas Industry, has totally changed the way movies are done, in terms of quality in production, script writing, actors welfare, scripts interpretation and marketing amongst other things, seems not to be slowing down, as she gives a hint of something big that is coming soon…
In the last few years, or should i say since she launched her Ebony Live TV, and also with her bringing on board some of the best young brains and minds across Africa to run a different program on the TV channel, further put her in yet another pedestal up above her peers (if there is even any).
In the last few weeks, others and herself in the movie and television industry have been meeting with stakeholders on a number of challenges facing the industry, from production, distribution, copyrights, and financing amongst other challenges movie and television producers/owners face in Nigeria. She constantly share some of her moves, updating us on what is currently being done underground in order for Nigerians and Africans to get the best entertainment for their money.
She is also moving a step further, by wanting to change the narrative especially on how African and Nigerian stories are told by foreigners in their movies and foreign news channels. I feel whatever Mo is up to this time, will surely bring a huge change in the industry, like she already promised in her caption of the photo:
She put up the photo with this caption:
#MIPCOMDay2 Another packed day of opportunities. I am truly inspired about the progress we are making. It truly is ground breaking and will lead to many opportunities for many of us in the creative sector. #AfroGenres #ChangingTheNarrative#InterestingTimesAhead #EbonyLifeMedia