Okonjo-Iweala’s sister gets huge honour in the US, becomes first black woman to win the award
– Another member of the Okonjo family has written the country’s name in gold and done herself and family proud
– Okonjo-Iweala’s sister, Dr Njideka Udochi, has been recognized as the family doctor of the current year in the United States
– World Trade Organization Director-General Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala has celebrated her stating that she is proud of her.
Congratulations are in order again for the Okonjo’s family as one of them – a lady – has recorded huge success in far away America just at the time her sister assumed office as the first female head and first African to lead the World Trade Organization.
Dr Njideka Udochi has emerged the family doctor of the year 2021 in Maryland, USA.
Udochi, a medicine graduate from the University of Nigeria, with over 33 years of experience in the medical line becomes the first black female winner of the reputable award.
The family physician, according to Nigeria Abroad, is the founder of the Millennial Family Care and was recognized as the top doctor by Baltimore Magazine in 2019.
The Maryland Academy of Family Physicians usually recognizes members that do exceedingly well as far as the tenets and ethos that guide family physicians are concerned.
Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, in a tweet she made earlier today, hailed her sister for her care for COVID-19 patients and for saving lives. Ngozi said she was proud of her.
Her tweet reads:
“Congratulations Dr Njideka Udochi, Maryland’s Family Physician Of The Year. Thank you for your care of COVID-19 patients and for saving so many lives. Proud of you my sister.”