The Success Story Of Mo Abudu, the first Woman to Own a TV Network in Africa

Mosunmola Abudu, usually known as Mo Abudu, is a talk show host, TV producer, media personality, human resources management consultant, entrepreneur and philanthropist.

Early Life

Mosunmola Abudu is an indigene of Ondo state of Nigeria, born in the United Kingdom. When she was only 7 years old, Mo Abudu’s family which were resident in the United Kingdom relocated to Lagos, Nigeria, Mo was made to stay with her grandparents who were cocoa farmers at Ondo State. With her grannies, Mo learnt African culture.


Mo attended attended Fiwasaye Girls Grammar School. When she was 12, her father died and shortly after that, she returned to the UK where she attended Hammersmith County Secondary School and Ridgeway School in Kent. Read more

BREAKING: 20 School children perish in school bus inferno

About 20 children were in the minibus when it collided with a truck in South AfricaSouth Africa: Twenty children have been killed in a minibus crash near the South African capital Pretoria, emergency services have said.

The children died after the vehicle burst into flames following a collision with a truck just north of the capital.At least 17 school children were killed when the minibus they were travelling in crashed into a truck and exploded into a ball of fire in Mpumalanga province

There were understood to be both primary and secondary school-aged children on board.
Panyaza Lesufi, the official responsible for education in Gauteng province, has said it is a “dark day”. Read more

Olinda Marowa speaks on multiple roles

Gospel musician Olinda Marowa-Ziwenga believes her roles as a mother and founder of church will not stop her from doing her music.

The gospel musician together with her husband Michael are founders of Grace Life Covenant that is fast gaining ground.

Though she is expecting her second child soon, she performed at Spillway Restaurant over the weekend at a gospel show.

“I can perform while I am pregnant, do my duties as a mother as well preaching at the church,” she said. Read more

Manchester United FC pays tribute to 30 Nigerian fans that got electrocuted in Calabar

Manchester United Football Club has taken to their Twitter page to pay tribute to the family of the 30 football fans who were electrocuted while watching the UEFA Europa League quarter-final match between Manchester United and Anderlecht yesterday.

In a statement issued through their Twitter page, it read: ‘Our thoughts go out to the United fans, their friends and families affected by the tragedy in Calabar, Nigeria, yesterday.

Malia Obama’s stalker taken for mental evaluation after he begged her to marry him

U.S. Secret Service agents detained a long time stalker of former President Barack Obama’s eldest daughter, Malia Obama, after he publicly begged her to marry him.

The suspect, identified as Brooklynite Jair Nilton Cardoso, 30, on the 10th of April was spotted at the fourth floor of the Manhattan building where Obama, 18, was working as an intern and loudly begged for her hand in marriage, sources told the New York Daily News.

At the time of the embarrassing scene, two Secret Service agents on Malia’s detail removed him from the building Read more

Watch the disturbing report on Nigerian prophet accused of sexually abusing young women in South Africa

April 17 episode of South African TV show, Special Assignment showed the alleged sexual abuse of many young women by a Nigerian Prophet Tim Omotoso.

The girls speak about how Omotoso lured them to his rented home in uMhlanga Rocks in Durban.

When they got there, they allegedly reported to his bedroom where they were compelled to massage his private parts, suck and have sex with him without their consent.


Manchester United 2 Anderlect 1 (3-2 AGG)

It was tense and extra-time was required, but Manchester United are in the Europa League semi-finals after securing a 3-2 aggregate win over Anderlecht at Old Trafford.

Henrikh Mkhitaryan broke the deadlock and Sofiane Hanni equalised, leading to a later-than-expected finish on Thursday night, but the Reds eventually went through thanks to Marcus Rashford’s winner.

Two sour notes were the injuries sustained by Marcos Rojo and Zlatan Ibrahimovic, yet qualification remains the most important thing and a place in Friday’s last-four draw in Nyon, Switzerland. Read more

Women go mad after ritual to dispel mubobobo…walk around completely naked

Cellphone footage taken yesterday shows police escorting the women and children away from the Waterford compoundTwo Bulawayo women spent a night at Hillside Police Station after they went berserk and walked around completely naked following a ritual.

Residents at Waterford compound had to call the police after they failed to control the two who started behaving bizarrely, with their children also naked after they reportedly bathed with water mixed with herbs sought from a traditional healer.

The two, whose names could not be established yesterday, were arrested on Monday.

They reportedly sought services of the traditional healer after they suspected that their father-in-law was sexually abusing them using mubobobo. Read more

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