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Tuesday, February 16, 2021

WTO Appointment: Ndi Anioma Of Nigeria Celebrate The Choice Of Okonjo-Iweala




By John Okechukwu Monyei

In a show of uncommon love and unity, the Group, Ndi Anioma of Nigeria, a socio-cultural platform of the Anioma people Worldwide, inhabiting the Delta North Senatorial District of Delta State has hailed the appointment of Nigeria's former Finance Minister, Dr. Ngozi-Okonjo who is recently announced as the Director-General of the World Trade Organization.

In the release made known to journalists on Monday evening, the Group expressed delight over the appointment of Okonjo-Iweala, their Anioma daughter. 

The release signed by a number of Anioma figures that included Historian and Editor-at-Large of Integrity Watchdog International Magazine, Elder Emeka Esogbue who is also the Secretary of the Group; Politician and Ex-Ag. Executive Director, Projects, Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), Dr. Cairo Ojougboh; Chief Emma Ejiofor, the Onishe of Ubulu-Uku Kingdom; Chief Augustine Ememim, the Iyase of Agbor; Comrade Marcus Enudi, President of Anioma Youth Council; Barr Gloria Adagbon among others, praised the choice of World Trade Organization in the Nigerian former Minister of Finance, affirming that the human capital wealth of the area was influentially speaking volume. 

"We, the Anioma people have through our illustrious daughter made history again, as the first woman ever and the first African to head the World Trade Organization", the release stated. 

"As usual, and like several other cognitively capacitated Anioma sons and daughters before her, we have no iota of doubt that she will once again, fly our Anioma people's flag of hard-work and integrity in this global assignment".

The Group also thanked President Muhammadu Buhari for the huge support, diplomatic efforts, interventions and backing afforded Dr. Okonjo-Iweala.

Dr. Ngozi Okonji-Iweala hails from Ogwashi-Uku community of Delta State.


 Culled from Linkz Magazine 

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