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Netflix partners with Nigerian Tv and Film producer Mo Abudu in a new major deal

American media-service provider Netflix has partnered with Mo Abudu the CEO of ebony life tv and productions to bring to screen two of Nigeria’s most beloved literary classics, Lola Shoneyin's 'the secret lives of Baba Segi's wives' and a film-adaptation of Professor Wole Soyinka’s 'death and the king's horseman!'. The company made the announcement on the verified twitter page on Friday morning. 
Mo Abudu's production company Ebony life will help the streaming service provider Netflix to create a series adaptation of the award-winning author Lola Shoneyin's book and a movie from Prof. Wole Soyinka’s brilliant work Death and the king's horseman which will be screened around the world! 

Mo Abudu confirming the news on her  Instagram page said, "good morning beautiful People Such great news to share with you today EBONY LIFE today has made history as the first African and first Nigerian production company to sign a multiple deal with Netflix." According to her the deal signed by Ebony Life Tv with Netflix is unprecedented and groundbreaking on our continent. She also said, In addition to the two IP titles, her company will also produce a slate of original shows exclusively under license to Netflix.

"truly is time to tell our stories and I am super pleased that we have an opportunity to do this now in partnership with the world's leading internet entertainment service with 183 million paid members in over 190 countries. We really are truly changing the narrative and I am so grateful." She said.