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Saturday, 22 October 2016

Asian Bank Appoints Okonjo-Iweala to Advisory Panel Inbox x

A former Nigerian Minister of Finance, Mrs Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, has been appointed a member of the international advisory panel of Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB). 



Mr Song Liyan, AIIB Senior Communication Officer, in a statement made available to newsmen on Friday, announced that Okonjo-Iweala would join 10 other key persons on the panel. 

“The Panel provides impartial, objective and independent advice to the President, allowing the Bank to benefit from the international experience and expertise of panel members,” Liyan said. 

He quoted AIIB President, Jin Liqun, as saying that the panel members would advise the bank on the development of its strategy. “It is a great honour to convene such an experienced and diverse group of international leaders to advise on the development of the Bank’s strategy. 

“I have no doubt that the advice the panel provides will help shape the development of the Bank in the years ahead. “I could not ask for a better group of ambassadors to help promote our new Bank to the world,” Jin said. 

The panel members are former Bank Negara Malaysia governor Dr Zeti Aziz, former Pakistan Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz, and former Swedish finance minister Anders Borg. The others are former Timor-Leste finance minister Emilia Pires, former World Bank chief economist Nicholas Stern and former Japanese Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama, Global Foundation secretary-general Steve Howard. 

Others include Korea National Diplomatic Academy chair professor and former South Korean deputy prime minister and strategy and finance minister Dr Oh-Seok Hyun. Former U.S. ambassador Paul Speltz and London School of Economics professor and former Hong Kong chief executive Tung Chee-Hwa are the remaining panel members. 

AIIB, a multilateral international development bank was set up on Dec. 25, 2015, with an initial capital of 100 billion U.S. dollars (RM419bn), one million shares and an initial paid-up capital of 20 billion U.S. dollars. 



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24 comments:

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    1. buhari very clueless man,threw aaway pple like adesina,okonjo iweala,etc,kai!goodluck sabi,bc he's educated,but this illiterate buhari bc of political party refused to work with dem now see where his cluelessness has landed us,buhari better go oh,we re tired of u,pple like okwonjo re d real agents of change not all these ur confused ministers.

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    2. buhari d dounce

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    3. Obasanjo brought her into government first not GEJ

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    4. @ u clueless spaceman obj brought but GEJ still decided to work with bc shes good,but ur mumu buhari refused to work with sm pple dat re very good insted he opted for all these yeye ministers after he kept us waitg for almost a yr,buhari pack ur load n vamoose,u want to finish this country common okrikaa shoe we dey last no dey,thunder fire u and ur clueless govt

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  2. Congrats madam & remember to take me as your PA.

    ... Jesus is my worth!

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  3. This woman is a genius
    She's world best

    Keep going higher ma'am

    Adeosun madam recession is just a world better give her call
    She gats school her.

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  4. My Nigerian women making me proud everyday

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  5. When you are big, you are big. Congratulations to Ma'am Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala.

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  6. Before nko? Even before she became minister she had a successful career. MD of world bank with many successful projects under her. After her ministerial position, shes had about two appointments. Unlike some politicians who only have their career on the national budget. Once theres no money to steal they start crying wolf. If you had a life before politics you would go back to it just like Madam Ngozi has done. Shikena.

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  7. Woman wey sabi. I am very proud of you.

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  8. What can i say, A prophet is not...
    Still wondering how buhari selected dis current finance minister,shes too inexperienced and dull.

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  9. Soar above mami.. Love this woman plenry

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  10. A rejected stone in her country !

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  11. Keep inspiring us ma....we will excel soonest

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  12. congratulations, my role model!!!

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  13. Had it been Vuhari attended University, he would've given an excellent speech why he wants Mrs Ng, Adesina, Agangu, etc in his govt, but but but...nna na wa o, na wa for Mr West Germany.

    Congrats Ma'am.

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  14. Onye amuma adighi adi ire na ala nna ya oshomole short devil u see ur life?

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