2 The media mogul and philanthropist, who said she was very excited, took to the Instagram page @moabudu to announce the great achievement to her fans and supporters.
3 According to her, she is very honored and deeply grateful to be among the most amazing women in the world.
4 “Good morning beautiful people.
6 Forbes published its 18th annual list on December 7, 2021, reported by Nicolette Jones and Erika Burho. Edited by Moira Forbes and Maggie McGrath.
7 “I am honored and deeply grateful to be among some of the most amazing women in the world, including MacKenzie Scott (# 1), novelist, philanthropist, and America’s third richest woman, and Christine Lagarde (# 1). 3), President of the European Central Bank.
10 “And yours really – I
I quote Forbes: “Nigerian media mogul Mo Abudu is one of the most powerful women in the world’s media.”
11 “A dear friend told me today when she heard this news” imagine if your child had known where you were going.
13 “Also creating first-class value and opportunities for each of the stakeholders we partner with and work with.
14 “My wish is that in the years to come there will be many more of my deserving African sisters on this list.
16 The eighteenth annual list of the ‘100 Most Powerful Women of 2021’ that was published by Forbes, placed Abudu at number 98, thus describing her as one of the most powerful women in global media.
17 She has also been described by Forbes as “the most successful woman in Africa” and rated one of the “25 most powerful women on world television” by The Hollywood Reporter.
18 The 58-year-old is a media mogul, philanthropist, and founder of EbonyLife Films, which has produced several successful films including “The Wedding Party,” “Fifty, Chief Daddy,” “Your Excellency,” “The Royal Hibiscus Hotel and Oloture “. among others.
20 Forbes described her as “an economist and international development professional with more than 30 years of experience working in Asia, Africa, Europe, Latin America and North America.”