Stella Dimoko Mo Abudu Becomes First African Female To Chair The International Emmy Awards


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Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Mo Abudu Becomes First African Female To Chair The International Emmy Awards

Media entrepreneur and movie producer, Mo Abudu recently had the great honour to chair the International Emmy Awards, making her the first African to be honoured with such. 

The international Emmy Awards honours excellence in TV programming that is produced and initially aired outside the US.


  1. I so much love you ma'am. Congrats to you and keep soaring higher.

  2. Congratulaions Mama.

  3. International Emmy?? What is that? It is Nothing please. Why didn't they include her in the Real Emmy Primetime Awards? We always go overseas and coin a name telling them it will help growth in Africa and of course they wouldn't want to be seen not being a part of the growth in Africa.. it Means absolutely Nothing. If she had gotten in on the main Emmy, then we talking.

    1. ok but can we know your achievements

  4. Nice one

    Makeup in this picture is dragqueen level

  5. pleasant surprises27 November 2019 at 14:36

    Congrats Ma

  6. Lol this woman is still being honoured and not being investigated by EFCC ? Hmmmm calabar tax payers money eh.


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