We live in a world that is transforming, where norms are disrupted at the speed of light. However, a dimension of disruption that I still look forward to – the transfer of presidential power to the womenfolk.
Despite a slowdown in new trade restrictions unrelated to the pandemic, the stockpile of unrepealed restrictive measures that have accumulated since the World Trade Organisation’s monitoring exercise...
Nigeria's former finance minister and current director-general of the World Trade Organisation Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala and filmmaker Mo Abudu have been recognised by Forbes among the world's most powerful women in 2021.
Not long after, I guided an official visit of Governor Mimiko and his delegation to Maryland, USA, a sister state of Ondo State and also facilitated a request for assistance from the Johns Hopkins University...
Nigeria’s bilateral trade with Taiwan moved to N22 billion in the first nine months of this year, increasing by over 118.35 per cent this year. This is as Taiwan yesterday
The Director-General of the World Trade Organisation, Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, says Nigeria’s banking sector has contributed immensely to the development of the country and indeed the continent.
With just seven months into her four-year tenure as the Director General at the World Trade Organisation (WTO), there are reports that Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala is growing frustrated
Kings College Old Boys Association (KCOBA) will, tomorrow, engage government and stakeholders in a hybrid symposium on how to change the status quo and recreate national ethos. The symposium, which will commemorate the 112th year anniversary of the institution, will have Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila, as keynote speaker, and Director General…
Nigeria's Dr Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala is the only Nigerian on 2021 The Time's 100 Most Influential People in the world.
The Delta State Governor, Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, said the state, in its three decades of existence, has been a potpourri of diversity and inclusion, trials and triumphs and growth and stability.
A media regulator faulted a Swiss newspaper on Tuesday for sexism over a headline earlier this year describing the World Trade Organization's highly qualified new chief merely as a "grandmother".
The precarious state of Nigeria’s (and indeed Africa’s) public debt was re-echoed recently by eminent economic experts across the continent. This cry coming from renowned experts appears to be what the country...