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Barely 24 hours after the US reportedly opposed her stance, see what Ngozi Okonjiweala said.

Ihechidere1 10/29/2020

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Ngozi Okonjiweala is a Nigerian born Economist and international development expert. She sits on the board of standard chartered bank, Twitter , Global Alliance for vaccines and immunization , and African Risk capacity.


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Nigerians and Afticans was thrown into joy and happiness when they learnt their own person have emerged the winner of the Director of world trade organization, defeating her South Korean counterparts. However, the joy was short-lived when the United States came out to oppose it. They don't want her to head the office.

This has given a lot of people mixed feelings and reactions but what she said on Twitter this evening is a clear confirmation that she will assume the office soon.

She wrote " Happy for the success and continued progress of our @Wto DG bid. Very humbled to be declared the candidate with the largest, broadest support among members and most likely to attract consensus. We move on to the next step on November 9, despite hiccups. We are keeping the positivity going!" She said.

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It looks like the results was later cancelled and the next voting scheduled to take place on 9th of November 2020.

See how people reacted to it

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What do you have to say about this? Do you wish her to win the consensus or another person to win it?


Source: Twitter

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Top Comments
mmachukwu · 10/29/2020
Abeg she should go and seat down she is part of our problem in this country,put your house in order first before going outside, first thing first,
Foreal · 10/29/2020
Now all those shouting IJN trump will win,I declare him winnner blah blah hope you can see how racist the pig 🐷 is??
SimeonNwokocha_01 · 10/29/2020
After this Nigeria should review his diplomatic relationship with USA. They are not friendly to say the least. The same thing happened with Adesina,. They didn't want him to be the ADB president. We are not suppose to treat them as a friendly country
rimatales · 10/30/2020
But Nigerian economy is in shambles so why will they put their trust on her when her country is down and out.

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