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Bank of Industry’s Olukayode Pitan on agreements signed at the forum

By CNBC
01 December 2019   |   4:21 pm
The Managing Director and CEO of the Bank of Industry (BOI) in Nigeria, Olukayode Pitan, says the bank signed agreements with four major banks at the 2nd Africa Investment Forum in Johannesburg. He discussed their plans with CNBC Africa’s Kopano Gumbi at the forum.

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