Media mogul, Mosunmola Abudu better known as Mo Abudu has recounted her second meeting with the former first lady of the United State of America, Hillary Clinton.
The media entrepreneur who is currently in Dubai for the Forbes under 30/50 summit, ran into the former first lady and couldn’t hide her excitement.
Sharing several photos with the 2016 presidential candidate, Mo Abudu revealed that her meeting the former secretary of state was a tremendous honor as they reminisced about the last.
She disclosed that they took a delightful trip down memory lane to the year 2009, when he had the privilege of interviewing her during her visit to Nigeria.
Mo Abudu added that it was a wonderful opportunity to catch up with her and exchange thoughts on their respective journeys.
“Hello Beautiful people,
Meeting Hillary Clinton, the esteemed Former Secretary of State and Former First Lady of the United States once again, at the prestigious Forbes 30/50 Summit in Abu Dhabi, was a tremendous honor. As we reminisced about the past, we took a delightful trip down memory lane to the year 2009, when I had the privilege of interviewing her during her visit to Nigeria. It was wonderful opportunity to catch up with her and exchange thoughts on our respective journeys”.
Mo Abudu meets Hillary Clinton
Recall that Mo Abudu had broken the internet with her interview with Hillary Clinton in 2017.
“My heartfelt congratulations go out to @HillaryClinton on becoming the first woman nominated for President by a major party in the United States of America. What God has started he will surely finish, with Hillary Clinton becoming the first female President of the United States of America. It was such an honour to have had the opportunity to interview her.”
Forbes names Mo Abudu amongst the most powerful women in the world in 2022
Last year, Mo Abudu had been named the 99th most powerful woman in the world by Forbes.
Abudu, then 58, who is the founder of EbonyLife Group was named among other 100 very influential and powerful women in the world by the financial magazine.
According to Forbes, she was recognised for her outstanding contribution to the media and entertainment sectors. Her partnership deals with Sony Pictures Television, AMC Networks, and Netflix were some of the reasons she made the list.
The deal with Netflix marked the first time an African media company signed a multi-title film and TV agreement with the streaming giant.