Executive Producer

Mo Abudu journey as a successful entrepreneur and business mogul began in her capacity as an executive of ExxonMobil followed by co-ventures including Vic Lawrence and Associates and Protea Hotel Oakwood Park. Mo launched her media career with the creation of her own talk show, Moments with Mo, the first of its kind to be syndicated in Africa. Mo then developed one of her grandest business endeavours yet, EbonyLifeTV, Africa first Global Black Multi-Broadcast Entertainment Network, on 1 July 2013. This earned her the recognition by Forbes Media as the First African woman to launch a Pan-Africa TV channel. She has also been honoured as ‘Entrepreneur of the Year by Women Week in New York and listed as One of the 25 Most Powerful Women in Global TV by the Hollywood Reporter. Most recently, she received an Honorary Doctorate Degree (Honoris Causa) from Babcock University; Nigeria’s premier private university.
Mo key passion driver is telling stories that show the new, progressive Africa.


Omoni Oboli is a multi-award winning actress, scriptwriter, director, and producer. She is a trained digital filmmaker at the New York Film Academy (NYFA). The leading actress has received numerous high-profile awards for her roles in ‘The Figurine’ and ‘Anchor Baby’. Her first feature movie, ‘Being Mrs. Elliott’ written and directed by her became the first movie to be screened for The Nigerian President at the new banquet hall Presidential Villa.
She plays The Character MARIA in the movie FIFTY.


Dakore Egbuson-Akande is worth her weight in gold in the Nigerian entertainment industry. A Multiple award winning Film/Stage Actor, TV personality, Vocalist/Dancer and Humanitarian, Mrs. Akande studied Mass Communication at the University of Lagos. She is currently a Brand Ambassador for Pampers (P&G) Nigeria, Cow&Gate (Danone Nutricia). She is also the current Ambassador for ActionAid Nigeria with the aim of sensitizing Nigerians to align with the poor and disadvantaged in society. In her humanitarian work, she has partnered with Amnesty International, Oxfam, and the UN in various campaigns from Gender-violence, girl-child education and Control of Arms.nShe hails from Bayelsa state though born and bred in Lagos, Nigeria. Dakore is married to Lou and they are blessed with two beautiful little girls.
She plays The Character TOLA in the movie FIFTY.


An accomplished writer, actor, producer and presenter, Iretiâ career has spanned nineteen years in the Nigerian entertainment industry. She is a prominent writer with several screen performances to her credit. She won Best Actress in a lead role at the 2014 Nollywood Movie Awards for her portrayal of Ovo, in the psychological thriller TORN.
She plays The Character ELIZABETH in the movie FIFTY.

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