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Airtel Africa shares drop further after Tuesday’s listing

Airtel Africa shares lost another 10 percent on its third trading session bringing its share price to 323 Naira 5 Kobo. Andrew Tsaku, Trader at Kapital Care Trust joins CNBC Africa for more.

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