- A Nigerian kid could be the winner of the #BelikeNgozichallenge as she joined the trend with her amazing ankara and 'gele' costume
- Many said that she could easily pass for the kid replica of Okonjo-Iweala with her apt posture
- Prayers also poured in for the young girl as people wished her a very bright future
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Following the appointment of Ngozi Okojo-Iweala as the director-general of the World Trade Organisation (WTO), Nigerians started a trend called #BelikeNgozichallenge as they dressed like the woman.
The latest person to join the challenge is a kid of a Nigerian woman with the Twitter handle @jime_vieve. The girl was dressed in an ankara fabric with the signature headgear of the WTO's DG.
To create a striking similarity, the child also wore a forlorn-officious look, carrying a tablet while pretending to be attending to a very serious matter.
Many people said that the baby looks really cute as they prayed that she will be as great as the person she was modelled after.
See the post below:
As at the time of writing this report, her photo has gathered over 23,000 likes with more than 4,000 retweets.
Below are some of the reactions:
"She will be great In Jesus Name. Such an angel."
"Lol....the challenge winner is here. She is more of Ngozi than Ngozi herself."
"The Gele is everything ooh jare. Sooo on point."
"Awwww!!!! This Baby is beautiful. I see greatness in you Darling. You will fulfil purpose."
"This is so close!!!!! Professor is in the making and she will live to fulfil her destiny in Jesus name. Amen."
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a lady also stunned social media and had an almost striking resemblance with Ngozi in a post that was shared by @honilatte.
While many hoped the lady could articulate on economic matters like Ngozi, others hailed her looks.
She was dressed in a blue ankara with her glasses placed at the lower ridge of her nose to mimic a serious academic.
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