Two short films— Her Perfect Life and Iyawo Mi— directed by respected Media Mogul Mosunmola Abudu or Mo Abudu for short, will premiere at the 21st edition of the Martha Vineyard African American Film Festival.
Screen Actors Guild Awards (SAG) winning actor, Idris Elba and media mogul Mo Abudu have announced a joint force to empower and uplift talent from Africa and the Diaspora through their respective production companies, Green Door Pictures and EbonyLife Media. The partnership aims to build capacity and foster authentic representation in global film and TV…
Prominent Nigerian professionals, including CEO of Ebonylife Media, Mo Abudu, publisher and author, Betty Irabor and TV personality, Funmi Iyanda, are to attend and speak at the 2023 Linda Ikeji’s Self-made Woman Conference (SMWC) which is holding on Saturday, February 4 in Laos, in partnership with The
29 Oct 2022
Nigerian media guru and Chief Executive Officer (CEO), EbonyLife Group, Mosunmola Abudu, popularly known as Mo Abudu, has expressed delight after being named to the Cohort of Executive Fellows of the Harvard Business School
27 Oct 2022
Harvard Business School (HBS) has announced the cohort of Executive Fellows for the 2022-23 academic year. With its largest cohort yet, 36, the Executive Fellows Program seeks to leverage the expertise of outstanding practitioners to enhance teaching and learning at the School. All fellows, including alumni, partner with at least one HBS faculty member to bring their business experience into the HBS community.
8 Oct 2022
Two notable Nollywood practitioners, Emeka Rollas Ejezie and Mosunmola Abudu popularly known as Mo Abudu, are among the 437 Nigerians and friends of Nigeria selected to receive national honours from the federal government.
3 Sep 2022
CEO of EbonyLife Films, Mo Abudu, should be on her way to Toronto, Canada, to lead the curtain call when the epic film that her EbonyLife Films and Netflix co-produced premiere their latest epic
22 Aug 2022
Nigeria’s top filmmaker, Mosunmola Abudu, known popularly as Mo Abudu has embarked on a new phase of her career, willing to learn and immerse herself further in the creative process
14 Jan 2022
EbonyLife CEO Mosunmola Abudu (Mo Abudu) has acknowledged the disappointment expressed by many viewers of Chief Daddy 2. Taking to Instagram, the filmmaker shared a video expressing her thanks to viewers who shared their concerns with the sequel. Captioning her post, she wrote, "Thank you so much for caring, and for sharing your concerns so…
9 Dec 2021
EbonyLife CEO Mo Abudu has been named one of the World’s 100 Most Powerful Women by Forbes magazine, the world’s most authoritative source on business and finance. She joins a select group of women of colour, led by US Vice-President Kamala Harris (no. 2), and including billionaires Oprah Winfrey (no. 23) and Rihanna (no. 68),…
9 Dec 2021
Nigeria's former finance minister and current director-general of the World Trade Organisation Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala and filmmaker Mo Abudu have been recognised by Forbes among the world's most powerful women in 2021.
19 Nov 2021
Professors at Harvard Business School (HBS) have written a case study on EbonyLife Media that will be taught in the required curriculum for all first year MBA students this academic year.