US Magazine The Business Insider has listed Mo Abudu, CEO & Chairwoman of EbonyLife TV, amongst the top 100 business visionaries creating value for the world.
She has been described by Forbes as "Africa's Most Successful Woman".
Abudu, the only African to make The Business Insider's list, spoke to The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield.
Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.
After DSTV first turned me down it wasn’t long before they called me to say ‘let’s do this’.— Mo Abudu
We just launched a drama series called ‘The Governor’. It’s about Nigeria’s first female governor.— Mo Abudu
We are creating 1000 hours of content per year.— Mo Abudu
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