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Netflix Is Coming For Nigeria With Fresh Partnership With Mo Abudu And We Are Excited About It

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Netflix and Mo Abudu, an acclaimed Nigerian media producer and influencer, have entered into a groundbreaking multi-title partnership that will continue growing the company’s investment in Nigerian content.

Under this partnership, Mo Abudu – through her production company, EbonyLife – will create two Netflix Original series as well as multiple Netflix branded films and a series that have been licensed to the service.

https://twitter.com/NetflixNaija/status/1271351845672423424?s=20

A major highlight of this partnership will be the on-screen adaptations of literary works by two critically-acclaimed Nigerian authors.

READ ALSO – Seven Nigerian Novels We Would Love To See As Movies

A series based on contemporary author, Lola Shoneyin’s best-selling debut novel, The Secret Lives of Baba Segi’s Wives  and a film adaptation of Death And The King’s Horseman, a play by 1986 Nobel Prize laureate in Literature, author, poet & playwright, Wole Soyinka.

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