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Passion To Profit: Rebuilding the economy through graduates

By Guardian Exclusive
21 November 2017   |   11:08 am
According to a McKinsey report, there is a high density of MSME's in Sub-Saharan Africa totalling about 14 million in number. It is, for this reason, Nigeria's Bank of Industry and many others are providing funding, especially suited to meet the needs of these businesses. One of such beneficiaries of this funding is Olagoke Oladoye, CEO of Ghoges Farm.

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