The three most influential women in Africa according to Forbes

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Forbes magazine released its 2022 list of the 100 Most Powerful Women in the World on Tuesday, December 6th.

Bringing together activists, heads of international organizations, CEOs, billionaires or heads of state, this prestigious ranking is based on her four key metrics: money, media, influence and reach.

On the other hand, for example, awful domestic product and administrative population are taken into account for politicians, income and number of employees are taken into account for business leaders, and media exposure and coverage are all taken into account.

This year, three African women have been named among the 100 most powerful women in the world, the first place went to Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala from Nigeria, who finished 91st overall.

Economist in this ranking and former finance minister of the continent’s leading economy, she became the first woman and first African to head a powerful World Trade Organization (WTO) in March 2021.

Nour el Houda Bouzammour

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