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Blood Sisters Netflix Movie: Mo Abudu hits gold again

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Blood Sisters Netflix Movie: Mo Abudu hits gold again

Blood Sisters an original Netflix movie in Nigeria produced by Ebony Life Studios founded by Mo Abudu is right here, ENigeria Newspaper reports.

Since the release of Blood Sisters movie, Nigeria’s entertainment landscape has been thrown into a frenzy, as evidenced by the large crowd that gathered in Lagos on Wednesday for the premiere of the Netflix’s first Nigerian Original series.

Nollywood legends including Kate Henshaw, Joke Silver, Uche Jombo, Ramsey Nouah, and Segun Arinze star in Blood Sisters; as well as Nancy Isime, Ini Dima-Okojie, Gabriel Afolayan, Deyemi Okolawon among others who represent the new generation category.

Alhaji Lai Mohammed, Nigeria’s Minister of Information and Culture, was present at the ceremony and commended the production and industry participants who attended in great numbers.

Blood Sisters Netflix Movie: Mo Abudu hits gold again

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“It’s not easy to put your movie, talk less of a series on Netflix…this is one of the clear indications that our creative industry is going places,” Mohammed said at the premiere.

Mo Abudu, the founder of EbonyLife Studios, claimed the series was shot in Lagos during the pandemic, describing the experience as “unique and intense.”

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Other Netflix projects by Abudu include the critically acclaimed film “lturé” and an adaption of Nobel Laureate Wole Soyinka’s “Death and the King’s Horseman.”

Other Nigerian films are accessible on Netflix, but ENigeria Newspaper predicts that Blood Sisters, which is now available for streaming on the platform, will be a blockbuster; without doubt, Mo Abudu has struck GOLD with this one.

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