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Meet The First African-Nigerian Woman Who Lead World Trade Organization As Director-General

There are so many successful women that have gained worldwide recognition and fame. Some of these women are very committed to the walfare and the economic development of their country. We will be discussing the first African-Nigerian woman who lead world trade organization

Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala is a very famous woman who has been opportune to serve in different political positions in different parts of the world. This great woman is a well-recognized Nigerian- American economist, Fair trade leader and Sustainable finance welfare champion. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala become the first woman and first African to lead world trade organization as Director-General in March 2021.

Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala was born on 13th of June 1954 and she hails from Ogwashi Ukwu. She attended the Queen's School which is located in Enugu for her basic education. This great woman has obtained several degrees from so many prestigious University such as, she obtained PhD in regional economic and development from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1981 and she graduated in Magnacum laude with an AB in Economic from the prestigious Harvard University in 1976

She is living happily with her husband called Ukemba Iweala, who is a professional medicine Physician, and they are blessed with children.

Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala have contributed a lot to the growth and development of the political and economic sector in this country.

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