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Day-to-day challenges of Nigerian manufacturers

By Guardian TV
05 September 2016   |   12:00 pm
Nigerian manufacturers face several challenges and some of these challenges are highlighted by Lagos State's commissioner for tourism, arts and culture, Folorunso Folarin Coker, luxury bag maker, Didi,and Fabian, a cobbler.

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