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Check out the Moment Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala Thrilled Audience With Her Exciting Dance Moves (Video).

It's gist time again: Let's do a little 'Talk Talk' about Nigeria's very own female icon, Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala.

I'm sure you must have heard of her? Infact, there's no one right now with access to the internet that hasn't heard of mama. As a female Nigerian, she has done us so much proud.

Mama started her rare accomplishments right from her homeland, here in Nigeria, were she became the first ever female Financial minister. Indeed, charity begins at home. It didn't end here however;

Gradually, she worked her way up the ladder to Word Bank, were she scaled through to the number two position of, Managing Director, Operations, in 2011 to 2017. Her train still did not stop here.

Fast forward to March 1st, 2021, Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala assumed the position of Director-General, World Trade Organization (WTO). A title that would eventually make her the first woman and also the first African to assume such office against all odds. Epic right?

It must not have been an easy road for her seeing that she might have practically worked hard and fought her way to the top, there by creating an exemplary life, worthy of emulation for the Nigerian and even African girl child. As a result of this, a 'be like Ngozi' challenge started trending on social media in honor of this great woman. Ladies replicate her dressing and made the post with the hash tag '#belikengozi.'

Despite her seeminly ginormous determination and hard work, mama still shockingly find the time to enjoy herself as we will see from this video. (Watch the video here).

In the video, she was seen dancing elegantly to the tone of 'chop my money' by the defunct P-Square. Her audience seemed thrilled as they watch mama treat them to her rare and exciting dance moves.

See screenshots from the video:

Do you think of mama dance moves? Can you do better?

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