The struggle for the selection of an African as the director-general of the World trade organization has been getting really tough, especially for the Nigerian candidate who has been facing a series of opposition from the Egyptian side. Okonjo-Iweala Three Africans were nominated to run for the position in the World trade organization. They include Nigeria's Okonjo-iweala, Egypt's Hamid Mamdouh and Benin Republic's Eloi Laourou. The world trade organisation was founded in 1995, and ever since its creation, it
When we talk of powerful women in the world, you will not be mistaken if you mentioned Okonjo Iweala. This powerful woman has made a foundational name for herself in Nigeria and across the world, and she might be the reason why Egypt is currently becoming unsettled over the selection of an African candidate for the director-general position in the World Trade Organisation (WTO). Egypt trouble started on June 4, 2020 when president Buhari withdrew the nomination and candidacy of Yoniv Frederik Agah, Nigeria's
This is Why Okonjo-Iweala Doesn't Deserves New Appointment - Egyptian Govt Opposes Buhari, Writes AU
The appointment of the candidacy of Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala for the position of the director-general of the World Trade Organisation (WTO) seems to be shaky for now. this is as the Arab Republic of Egypt has claimed that the nomination of Okonjo-Iweala by President Muhammadu 'is not in conformity with the executive council decision' since the time for this nomination had elapsed in 2019, specifically Saturday, November 30, The Caple reports. The Africa Nation called on the ministerial committee on candidatures
Okonjo Iweala has given her plans for the World Trade Organisation if selected as the director-general of this world renowned organisation. However, Okonjo Iweala is not really bothered about anything aside the fact that another contending country for this position, will not stop attacking her nomination as Nigeria's candidate. Nigerian president Muhammadu Buhari made a late replacement with Okonjo Iweala, and ever since then the Pharaoh's nation has been coming against Nigeria and her candidate, Okonjo Iweala.
Egypt Wants Okonjo-iweala Dropped From WTO Top Position (Photos). Egypt has asked that it will not accept Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala 's appointment to the World Trade Organization's (WTO) office. He said that by 30 November 2019 — more than five months ago — the Member States of the African Union ( AU) had been told to nominate candidates for the position of director general. The appeals of Okonjo – Iweala to challenge the post were accepted on Thursday by President Muhammadu Buhari and Yonov Friedrich Agah,