The World Bank has been headed by an American since it was formed in 1944. Now, for the first time, candidates from two developing countries have decided to compete against an American for the presidency of the institution. One of them, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala is Nigeria’s Finance Minister. Some World Bank policies are known to have worsened economic crises in developing countries including Nigeria. RFI has been finding out how much difference it would make to Nigerians if one of their own becomes the bank’s president.