Mo Abudu Celebrates Father’s Day By Reminiscing Her Father’s Tragic Death

Nigerian media mogul, Mosunmola Abudu more popularly known as Mo Abudu, has taken to social media to celebrate her father on Father’s Day revealing how much of an impact he had in her life.

Mo Abudu revealed in her Father’s tribute to her Dad, that he died when she was just 11 years-old in a tragic car accident in England, 1976.

She added that her father’s death nurtured her to be a strong woman that she is because he was a loving, gentle and kind man.

Sharing a photograph of him the CEO of Ebonylife TV wrote;

“I lost my father at age 11. He died in a tragic accident in England. I have the fondest memories of my father. Loving gentle and kind. Loosing my father at such an early age did make me grow up quicker. Being the first child I knew instinctively I had to be strong. And you can see where my “eji” gap tooth comes from 😍. Continue to Rest In Peace Dad. Much love always”

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Mo Abudu was born in Hammersmith, West London to an engineer father and caterer mother.

Nigerian media mogul, Mosunmola Abudu more popularly known as Mo Abudu, has taken to social media to celebrate her father on Father’s Day revealing how much of an impact he had in her life.

Mo Abudu revealed in her Father’s tribute to her Dad, that he died when she was just 11 years-old in a tragic car accident in England, 1976.

She added that her father’s death nurtured her to be a strong woman that she is because he was a loving, gentle and kind man.

Mo AbuduSharing a photograph of him the CEO of Ebonylife TV wrote;

“I lost my father at age 11. He died in a tragic accident in England. I have the fondest memories of my father. Loving gentle and kind. Loosing my father at such an early age did make me grow up quicker. Being the first child I knew instinctively I had to be strong. And you can see where my “eji” gap tooth comes from 😍. Continue to Rest In Peace Dad. Much love always”

Mo Abudu was born in Hammersmith, West London to an engineer father and caterer mother.

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