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Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala Reacts To The Death Of Queen Elizabeth's Husband

The death of prince Philip is a big loss to the whole world. Many people feels bad and grieve over his death, if not for him, at least for queen Elizabeth II. The pain and agony the Buckingham Palace feels at this time may be unbearable.

Queen Elizabeth is expected to be in great pain over the death of her husband who died at the age of 99 after 73 years of successful marriage. This why many people have sent their condolences to her. The likes of Reno Omokri, Atiku and so on has sent their condolences to the royal family.

Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-iweala has also sent her condolences to the royal family, especially to Queen Elizabeth, Prime Minister, Boris Johnson and people of United kingdom. She particularly condole His Royal Majesty, Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, founder and member of Earthshot Prize Council.

Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-iweala.

Ngozi Okonjo-iweala, the Director General of World Trade Organization (WTO) her condolences through her twitter handle. She disclosed that she felt saddened by the passing of His Royal Majesty, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. Hence, her condolences.

Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh was reported dead in the early hours of today. The disclosure came from Buckingham Palace today.

Prince Philip was born in Greece, into the Royal Families of Greek and Danish parents. He was so tender when his family was exiled from the country.

After his education in France, Germany and the United Kingdom, he joined the British Royal Navy in 1939 at the age of 18, after which, he became closer to Princess Elizabeth who was 13 years old at that time. He actually met her in 1934, but he started corresponding with her in 1939.

Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

Queen Elizabeth II.

Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh died at the age of 99 after 73 years of successful marriage.

May God grant Queen Elizabeth and the family the fortunate to bear this loss.

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Boris Johnson Elizabeth Elizabeth II. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala Philip


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