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While Making The Forbes Women List 2023, Mary Njoku Breaks Down In Tears.

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In related news, Forbes ranked Nigerian media tycoon Mosunmola Abudu, also known as Mo Abudu, as the world’s 99th most powerful woman.

The founder of the EbonyLife Group, Abudu, who was 58 at the time, was listed by a financial magazine as one of the 100 most powerful women in the world.

According to report, Forbes has published its annual list of the 50 most powerful women in Africa.

The list includes women from various industries and sectors. business, media, health, politics, and a variety of other topics.

Mary Remmy Njoku, an actress and director from Nollywood, is ecstatic following her recognition by Forbes, a prestigious American publication.

Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Chimamanda Adichie, Mo Abudu, Chioma Ude, Bolanle Austen Peters, Mary Remmy Njoku, and others grace the magazine this year.

Mary exclaimed with delight that she had only been a Mile2-born Nnsukka girl before rising to prominence.

While Making The Forbes Women List 2023, Mary Njoku Breaks Down In Tears.

Mary Njoku, who was in awe that she had been featured in the esteemed publication, thanked her husband on her Instagram page.

She referred to her husband, Mary Njoku, as her “Halo,” and she loved him.

“A Nsukka girl from Mile2 made it to @forbesafrique. It was only an illusion.

Gratitude to @jasonnjoku, my halo. She composed.

 

Source: Vimbuzz.com

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