A British-Nigerian woman named “Mo” Abudu, who has been called the African Oprah Winfrey, will be launching the first black-owned entertainment network in Africa. Ebonylife TV will be broadcast in all countries of Africa and its predominant audience is women. The 48-year-old entrepreneur wants the world to see the diversity of class and beauty of African women.
Abudu will feature shows like “Sistaz”, which surrounds two Greek-Nigerian women and their British- Nigerian friend who go on vacation to rediscover the passion of sisterhood and see the sights in Lagos. Ebonylife TV will feature specially commissioned movies and a “different reality” to African life.