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The USA By backing Nigeria's ex-finance minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala for the World Trade Organization's top job Professional

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UPDATE: The USA By backing Nigeria's ex-finance minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala for the World Trade Organization's top job, President Biden has destroyed the conspiracy theories that were swallowed by many people in Africa. 


Read More: USA President Joe Biden Backs Nigeria’s ex-finance Minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala For WTO Director


The Joe Biden Administration for days now has been very much active and globally it seems like the United State is back to life and best back on track

In Nigeria my country, a lot of people loved Trump for no just reason, I do love him also and have supported him, but with the relative peace now in the United state ever since Joe Biden administration took over

AM beginning to love the new administration, in just weeks to come all American and millions of immigrants will start to receive $1400 monthly stimulus and other incentives COVID 19 Parative 

As IMF backs Bidens with over $1.9 Trillion in America rescue plan

stimulus checks of $1400 to Americans, President Biden is working day and night to release the money to Americans as soon as possible. As he believes the people need the money now than never

It seems like the then statement that Trump was the savior and Biden was the devil was indeed a QAnon conspiracy theories

Now many people in Africa have begun to understand what white supremacy or racism is. So when Trump blocked Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala for WTO job, they were still thinking that...you know it's not Trump, maybe it's someone else in his administration. Anyway, you shall know the truth and the truth shall set everyone free!

Finally, we are happy that in days or weeks to come Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala will be officially declared the WTO Directory


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