Just In: Ngozi Iweala Bags Major Appointment, See The Official Date That Her Reign Would Kickstart
By Chigt.blogspot.com | self meida writer
Published 14 days ago - 729 views
Ngozi Iweala is flying the Flags of Nigeria very high, she has done the country proud by bagging the director of WTO (World Trade Organization). Ngozi has been one of the most literate women out there, she has shown the world that Nigerian/African women can also be counted upon.
Some people thought that Ngozi wouldn't win the trophy last year after the appointment was postponed. But God did it for her today, the good news was announced on the official Twitter page of WTO.
She would be starting her reign as the director of WTO on the date of 1st March 2021. This would be the first time that an African would be leading one of the biggest brands in the world.
Many people were happy about the news and took their time to congratulate the mistress.
See top reactions on Twitter.
This is a big win for us, kindly use your keyboard to congratulate her for putting the country's flag high.
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