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Nollywood filmmakers Funke Akindele, Mo Abudu and Jade Osiberu have made The Hollywood Reporter’s Most Powerful Women In Film list.

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Our woman kings! Take your flowers Shaffy Bello hails Funke Akindele, Mo Abudu, and Jade Osiberu as Hollywood Reporter mentions them among the 40 powerful women in international film!

  • Mo Abudu: The CEO of EbonyLife Media in Nigeria, Abudu has been a pioneer in African media, working as a talk show host, TV and film producer, and owner of a theater chain.
  • Funke Akindele: A producer at Film One Entertainment in Nigeria, Akindele has had a successful career as an actor, writer, director, and producer, with her latest movie, “A Tribe Called Judah,” becoming the highest-grossing Nigerian movie of all time.
  • Jade Osiberu: A Nigerian filmmaker, writer, director, and producer, known for her works such as “Gangs of Lagos” (writer and director), “Brotherhood” (writer and producer), “The Trade” (writer and director), “Everything Scatter” (writer and director), “Isoken” (writer and director), and “Sugar Rush” (co-writer and producer).
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These women have made significant contributions to the international film industry, breaking boundaries and paving the way for others. Kudos to Shaffy Bello for celebrating their achievements!

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Here’s Shaffy Bello’s message to them;

“OUR WOMAN KINGS
@moabudu
@funkejenifaakindele
@jadeosiberu
Take your flowers. YOU MAKE US BELIEVE AND KNOW THAT IT IS POSSIBLE.
I HAVE WORKED WITH ALL 3 ya’ll (so proud of myself) WHAT???? WONT HE DO IT??? TO GOD BE ALL THE GLORY. RIDE ON SISTERS. I LOVE AND RESPECT EACH ONE OF YOU”

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