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Musawa: Nigeria eyes creative economy policy framework

By Reuters
26 January 2024   |   3:48 pm
Nigeria’s Minister of Arts, Culture and Creative Economy, Hannatu Musawa says work is underway to develop and unveil a policy framework in the next few months with a focus on creating an enabling environment to catalyse the growth of the Creative economy. Speaking to CNBC Africa at the World Economic Forum, she notes the strength of messaging in the Creative economy is strong and crucial to addressing issues of growth and sustainable development.

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