Mo Abudu CNN Interview

Mo Abudu, a few weeks ago signed a deal with Sony Pictures and she took this achievement a step further as she appeared on CNN yesterday, the 11th of April via Skype to discuss how she intends to change the narrative with Aisha Sashay.

She captioned her post: “I posted a few pictures earlier today on how my day started on CNN this morning with @ishasesaycnn on her show – I am pleased to share the video with you – #SwipeLeft to view the entire interview in 6 parts. (its in a carousel). Thank you again Isha, it is wonderful to be able to share our story on your platform.

I cannot thank Sony Pictures enough for partnering with us on the development of The Dahomey Warriors – exciting times ahead – An incredible story of our Amazons from the 19th Century. They were FIERCE, BRAVE AND STRONG! Ladies, please share this with all the Strong, Brave and Beautiful women you know! Let’s celebrate.”

Mo Abudu’s Hard Work Pays As She Signs Deal With Sony Pictures

We have clips of her on CNN Below

I posted a few pictures earlier today on how my day started on CNN this morning with @ishasesaycnn on her show – I am pleased to share the video with you – #SwipeLeft to view the entire interview in 6 parts. (its in a carousel). Thank you again Isha, it is wonderful to be able to share our story on your platform. I cannot thank Sony Pictures enough for partnering with us on the development of The Dahomey Warriors – exciting times ahead – An incredible story of our Amazons from the 19th Century. They were FIERCE, BRAVE AND STRONG! Ladies, please share this with all the Strong, Brave and Beautiful women you know! Let’s celebrate 💃🏽💃🏽 @sonypictures @tedabudu @cnn @falodunkunle @stephbusari @euniceomole @heidiwena @bellanaijaonline @pulsenigeria247 @onobello @mediaguide.ng @ynaija @360nobs @lindaikejiblog @olorisupergal

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Dear @Ishasesaycnn and #cnninternational thank you so much for having me on the show this morning to talk about our project – The Dahomey Warriors – a co development project between EbonyLife and Sony Pictures Television. We are so excited about changing the narrative and sharing our African stories with the world. My Lord, I continue to give you all glory and honour 🙏🏾

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