The “Oprah Winfrey of Africa” has created an entertainment network in Nigeria. Mosunmola “Mo” Abudu has created Ebony Life TV, which will be broadcast around the globe. Abudu wants the network to inform the entire world of the events in Africa and impact the perception that people have of the compliment.
“Not every African woman has a pile of wood on her head and a baby strapped to her back!” she told the Associated Press.
I don’t know how well House Wife Works these days. When a woman is so busy with the kids are all grown and a woman is still a house a wife she will have to baby sit and soul around the house. This is the case with the busy lawyers wife. Their affairs got broken when he found out that a boy young enough to be his son is actually his wife’s bed mate.
Shehu, a Nigeriancab driver who’s had less than stellar luck with women, recently had the misfortunate of picking up a woman who wasn’t one at all. Out of frustration, Shehu vows to never touch another American woman again. He travels home to Nigeria to find a wife and hang up his bachelor ways. His plan was to find a nurse so she can get certified in the USA and make enough money for him to stay home and drink beer if he chooses. When Shehu returns to the USA with a new wife and a fresh outlook on life, he didn’t count on his new wife learning ways of the African American woman. Now his wife has embraced her new-found identity, and Shehu is stuck trying to figure it all out.
Thus far, a reported 7 projects have received money from the fun, which some say is too low, given how much of a boost the Nigerian entertainment industry is said to need; and there’s apparently some confusion about what exactly the fund is, how Nigerian artists can access the money, and frustration over how complicated the application process seems to be