Forbes has named Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, the Director-General of the World Trade Organisation, as the most powerful woman in Africa.
According to Forbes’ 20th annual ranking released on Tuesday, the prominent Nigerian is placed 87th on the Most Powerful Women in the World list, surpassing South African businesswoman Mpumi Madisa, who holds the 88th position.
Tanzanian President Samia Hassan has also made it to the list at the 93rd spot, and Nigerian media mogul and philanthropist Mo Abudu is positioned at 98th.
Ursula von der Leyen, the President of the European Commission for Impactful Policy and Budget was ranked the most powerful woman in the world for 2023.
Christine Lagarde holds the second position as the European Central Bank President, while U.S. Vice President, Kamala Harris came in third place.
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