Nigerians react as Forbes names Mo Abudu 98th most powerful woman in the world

Popular Nigerian media mogul, Mo Abudu, was recently listed as one of the most powerful women in the world by Forbes Magazine.

The socialite was listed alongside 99 other powerful women from all parts of the world.

These women were gotten from diverse backgrounds including musicians, politicians, athletes and more.

Amazon boss, Jeff Bezos’ ex-wife, MacKenzie Scott, came in at number one and was listed as the most powerful woman in the world for 2021.

Amazon boss, Jeff Bezos’ ex-wife, MacKenzie Scott, came in at number one and was listed as the most powerful woman in the world for 2021.

Other women who made the list include Beyonce, Rihanna, Taylor Swift, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Reese Witherspoon, Queen Elizabeth II, and more.

Mo Abudu was number 98 on the list and her inclusion has led to interesting reactions on social media.

See a screenshot below:

FANS REACTIONS

Nigerians on social media have reacted to Mo Abudu making Forbes list of most powerful women in the world. Read some of their comments below:

Daddyfreeze:

“If you don’t gerrit…..”

Officialspeck:

“With what?. Power Abi with politicians?”

Okeke6397:

“Yeah we all know where her power lies.”

Yourfavefirstlady:

“She deserves this! Got herself here after years! It’s the passion the struggle, strife and consistency! All paid off.”

Chubby_mirabel:

“I respect this woman.. so much ambition ❤️.”

Goldenempirehairs:

“Wowwww congrats.”

Nice one.

FORBES TIPS FOR BUSINESS INVESTORS

With a population of over 200 million people and Gross Domestic Product (GDP) worth over $448.1 billion, Nigeria is unarguably fast taking the centre stage as the engine room of business force and the biggest economic hub in Africa.

This, without any iota of doubt, is more established especially now that more business ideas are being regularly conceived, practically

generated and technologically driven to meet the mandatory demands of people vis-à-vis the global models.

Nigeria, though, is facing numerous challenges from security to poor academic value, poor health and lack of adequate living standards, there seems to be an extended chain of interest from both inventors and nationals leveraging the available market space to build their business in the “giant of Africa.”