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‘God made all things possible for me’ Media personality Mo Abudu dazzle in new photos as she clocks ‘age 57’

Mo Abudu clocks age 57

Ebonylife TV’s CEO Mo Abudu has expressed appreciation to God as she celebrates her 57th birthday today, 11th September 2021.

The media personality took to her Instagram page to share her jaw-dropping photos to mark the new age.

According to Mo Abudu, God has made everything possible for her and she would continue to give glory to him.

Mo Abudu is considered one of the forces to reckon with in the Nigerian Nollywood industry and has been described by Forbes as “Africa’s Most Successful Woman” and rated as one of the “25 Most Powerful Women in Global Television by ‘The Hollywood Reporter

She wrote: Good morning beautiful people. It’s the morning of my 57th birthday, and I continue to give GOD all the glory. HE HAS MADE ALL THINGS POSSIBLE FOR ME “For with GOD nothing Shall be Impossible” – Luke 1: 37

As expected followers and many Nollywood stars stormed her comment section with birthday wishes and prayers for her.

realomosexy wrote: Happy birthday Lady Mo. Wishing you Great health and Continuous progress.

omonioboli wrote: Happy birthday big sis you look AMAZING God keep you

k8henshaw wrote: Happy Happy Happy birthday Big sis

sharonooja wrote: Happy birthday my mummy may God bless and keep you…. Love you so much

Mo Abudu clocks age 57
Mo Abudu clocks age 57
Mo Abudu clocks age 57
Mo Abudu clocks age 57
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EPL: South American stars cleared by FIFA to play this weekend


FIFA has cleared South American players who did not honour their countries' invitation during the international break, to play in the Premier League this weekend.

This means Premier League clubs including Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea will be able to field their South American and Mexican players in this weekend’s fixtures.

This follows extensive talks with FIFA, the Brazil, Chile, Paraguay and Mexico Football Associations.

They have all agreed to waive their automatic five-day restriction,...

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