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Africa Investment Forum: “Conversations at the forum can be transformative for the continent” – Ecobank CEO Ade Ayemi

By CNBC
24 November 2019   |   7:33 pm
The quality of conversations at the Africa Investment Forum has been impressive, and focussed on transactions that can be trans-formative for the continent. Ade Ayemi, CEO of Ecobank spoke to CNBC Africa’s Kenneth Igbomor, saying that he felt energised by the frank conversations to bring projects to a bankable stage.

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