Mo Abudu Net Worth

Mo Abudu is a Nigerian media entrepreneur and philanthropist who was born in Lagos, Nigeria on September 11, 1964. She has a master's degree in Human Resource Management from London and started her career in HR in the UK. She is most well-known for her talk show 'Moments with Mo' and for launching Africa's first Global Black Multi-Broadcast Entertainment Network 'Ebony Life Television'. She has also established various non-profit trusts and charity organisations to help the poor and downtrodden in her country. She has been included in the Forbes Media list, honoured with the Entrepreneur of the Year award, listed by Hollywood Reporter as one of the 25 most Powerful Women in Global TV, and recently awarded an Honorary Doctorate Degree.
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Who is it? Talk Show Host, Media Proprietor
Birth Day September 11, 1964
Birth Place Lagos, Lagos State, Nigeria, Nigerian
Mo Abudu age 58 YEARS OLD
Birth Sign Libra
Residence Lagos, Lagos State, Nigeria
Occupation media proprietor

💰 Net worth: $100K - $1M



Abudu began her career in the UK as a recruitment consultant in 1987, becoming a branch manager. She went on to work for the Starform Group, managing the Corporate Credit Management Exhibition from 1990 to 1992.


In 1993 she joined Arthur Andersen for Esso Exploration & Production Nigeria Limited (now ExxonMobil) to head their Human Resources and Training unit. She left in 2000 to establish a privately owned specialist human resources development company known as Vic Lawrence & Associates Limited (VLA).


In 2006, Abudu started EbonyLife TV, a network airing in more than 49 countries across Africa, as well as in the UK and the Caribbean. It is a subsidiary of Media and Entertainment City Africa (MEC Africa), EbonyLife TV is located at Tinapa Resort, Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria.


The Foundation has opened a charity store branded "The Designers Outlet for Charity", which opened on 5 December 2009 in Lagos. The foundation is also developing a children's shelter called "The Harbour".


Forbes Media recognised Abudu as the first African woman to own a Pan-Africa TV channel (2013). She was listed as one of the 25 Most Powerful Women in Global TV by The Hollywood Reporter in (2013) and received the Entrepreneur of the Year award by Women Werk in New York (2014). In 2014, she was honoured with an honorary doctorate (Honouris Causa) from Babcock University.

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