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Nigeria’s ex-female finance chief in the spotlight


Female world leaders had a significant presence at last month’s World Economic Forum in Davos. One of those leaders is Nigeria’s Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, managing director of the World Bank before serving two terms as finance minister of Nigeria. At present, she chairs the Board of the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization. She shared her views on the health of Nigeria’s economy, and her advocacy to give millions of children a leg up in fighting communicable diseases.

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  • Offor Ojeh says:

    I now appreciate what your clout/insight did to keep the Nigerian economy stable unlike now that no one is in charge and no clear policy direction in place for the economy though that confirms my concern that you are part of the ‘Global Economic Cabal’ that stage manages emerging economies in a manner that constitutes Economic Terrorism

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