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Advancing financial inclusion forum 2019

By Guardian Exclusive
02 August 2019   |   9:59 am
Did you know that about 41 per cent of women are still excluded in Nigeria’s financial inclusion drive? This and more were revealed at the Advancing Financial Inclusion Forum, organised by The Guardian.

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