Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala — Nigerian Economist born on June 13, 1954,

Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala is a Nigerian economist best known for her two terms as Finance Minister of Nigeria and for her work at the World Bank, including several years as one of its Managing Directors. She briefly held the position of Foreign Minister of Nigeria in 2006. She is now Senior Advisor at Lazard... (wikipedia)

When it comes to doing my job, I keep my ego in my handbag.
I believe that when you find problems, you should also find solutions.
I felt Nigeria didn't have to succumb to the image of being a corrupt country; we didn't have to let the economy stagnate.
Nigeria, with the oil sector, had the reputation of being corrupt and not managing its own public finances well. So what did we try to do? We introduced a fiscal rule that de-linked our budget from the oil price.
No one can fight corruption for Nigerians except Nigerians. Everyone has to be committed from the top to the bottom to fight it.

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