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“Okonjo Iweala Is The Rudest Woman I’ve Ever Met” — South African Writer declares

South African writer, Martin Plaut has noted that the newly-appointed WTO DG, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala is the rudest woman he ever encountered.

This comes days after the World Trade Organization appointed the economist as the first female and first African Director-General.

In a rather bizarre utterance via the micro-blogging platform, Twitter, Martin stated that he once had an unpleasant encounter with Okonjo Iweala and for that, workers of the new DG should be prepared for ill-treatment that would come from their new boss.

In his words, “I wish her staff luck. One of the rudest women I’ve had the misfortune to meet.”


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  1. I don’t know the problem with this SouthAfricans, always hating and finding faults on Nigerians. Or u want to generate another Xenophobic attack on my Only Mum’ the one I call real MummyAfrick. Mr writter I suggest u face your writing and stop noticing who and who’ is Rude. However its your Expression and comment that shows severe Rudeness.

  2. This is Africa mentality, they keep suppressing their fellow Africans can you stop her now even though, God has positioned her to the office and you want to show your own rudeness by making this public announcement,is this not demented idea of yours? let the whole world rejoice with you foolish people everywhere.

  3. The matter came to Mr writer as a surprise package so he is confused even what he stated has no meaning so Mr this is GOD work take note

  4. The matter came to Mr writer as a surprise package so he is confused even what he stated has no meaning so Mr this is GOD work take note

  5. mternational relatiom has standard it is not composing afictiion or non fiction . what God has given to human eg knowledge no man can take it or destroy it . if he feels that she is a Nigerian, he should go back to history of both Nigeria and South Africa

  6. A noble and level headed writer would have stated the encounter he had with the woman, where and when and allow his readers to judge. There is emptiness and rudeness in his post with high possibility of backlashes.

  7. We all have a bad day once in a while, it’s therefore wrong to make a permanent pronouncement on someone you met once or twice and in their bad days. #There is no market for emotions.

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