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The Wedding Party 2 Debuts To Selected Media Days Ahead Of The Grand World Premiere

The Wedding Party 2 Debuts To Selected Media Days Ahead Of The Grand World Premiere

The ELFIKE Film Collective, a partnership between EbonyLife Films, FilmOne Distribution, Inkblot Productions and Koga Studios, organised a viewing of The Wedding Party 2: Destination Dubai, for members of the press on Wednesday, December 6, at Filmhouse Cinema, Lekki. After months of anticipation, the production will finally be released on Friday, December 15 in every...

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Mo Abudu, Kemi Lala Akindoju, Rachel Oniga, Deyemi Okanlawon Kemi Adetiba and more at the Media Stakeholder Screening of The Royal Hibiscus Hotel

Mo Abudu, Kemi Lala Akindoju, Rachel Oniga, Deyemi Okanlawon Kemi Adetiba and more at the Media Stakeholder Screening of The Royal Hibiscus Hotel

On Thursday, October 5th, stakeholders and members of the press showed up for a screening of the charming new romantic comedy, The Royal Hibiscus Hotel. The event was well-attended, with executive producer Mo Abudu of EbonyLife Films, cast members Kenneth Okolie, Rachel Oniga, Deyemi Okanlawon and Lala Akindoju, and director Ishaya Bako. The evening began with...

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Women We Love: Bolanle Olukanni

Women We Love: Bolanle Olukanni

Since her return to Nigeria in 2013, she has graced our TV screens and she shows no signs of stopping anytime soon. You probably know her as the eloquent, beautiful and ever smiling co host of MTN Project Fame or one of the ladies from Moments on Ebonylife TV, or the host of On The Red...

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Women We Love – Zainab Balogun

Women We Love – Zainab Balogun

If you live on social media, you must have seen the trailer for the new Ebony Life TV movie The Royal Hibiscus Hotel starring Kenneth Okolie and Zainab Balogun. When I clicked on the trailer, I wasn’t too sure of what to expect – Comedy? Food? Romance?  – but by the time I finished watching...

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#Throw Back Thursday: 10 Things You May Not Know About Mo

#Throw Back Thursday: 10 Things You May Not Know About Mo

Mo Abudu is a woman who will be remembered in the history books as a Game Changer in the Nigerian Media Industry. In the past four years, Ebony Life TV, has become a power house, delivering quality and relevant African content and changing the negative stereotypes of war, famine and disease that Africa has suffered...

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LIFE 101 PREMIERES: MALTA GUINNESS PARTNERS EBONYLIFE TV IN NEW CAMPUS YOUTH DRAMA

  On the 1st of March, 2017 at FilmHouse IMAX Cinemas, Lekki phase 1, EbonyLife TV & Malta Guinness premieres new campus youth drama titled ‘Life 101’.   Life 101 talks about a gang of four childhood friends who leave their high school years behind and head for university. Together, their dreams seem invincible; but will...

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Women We Love: Arit Okpo

  She is one of Television’s leading ladies, a breath of fresh air and a new generation of media ladies who are not just charting new courses, but creating opportunities for young women to follow and be inspired by; by virtue of their work. Our subject this week on Women We Love is no other...

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WAKAA! THE FIRST NIGERIAN PLAY TO BE PERFORMED IN LONDON TO A SOLD OUT AUDIENCE

Who says Nigeria cannot rule the world? Well, we just did! Wakaa! A two-hour stage musical extravaganza of drama, comedy, live music and dance about the trials, successes and experiences of graduates with varied backgrounds debuted at the Shaw Theatre London and attracted over 3.000 people from all races during the 7 shows which took...

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Zainab Balogun: A Beautiful Mind

Interview by Ope L. Akinyemi Bright, funny and stunning, model turned actress and TV presenter Zainab Balogun is Nigeria’s rising It girl. Here, she talks about having it all: a booming career, a beautiful family and being at peace. Q: What was growing up like for you? A: I’d say I had a good childhood....

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Mo Abudu Launches EbonyLife TV, The First Female Owned Nigerian TV Network

After asking people at London’s Marble Arch what they thought about Africa, Mosunmola “Mo” Abudu was horrified when all of the responses dealt with poverty, corruption, and starving babies. Their ignorance of Africa lit a fire in the former human resources exec and led her to abandon her two-decade long career at Exon-Mobil to become...