BUA Group Chair supports AfCFTA, calls for strong public-private sector collaboration
29 March 2019 | 8:49 am
Abdulsamad Rabiu, Chairman of BUA Group says from a private sector perspective the African Continental Free Trade Agreement is important in that it will help in achieving the post-2015 and 2063 agenda.
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Abdulsamad Rabiu, Chairman of BUA Group says the African Continental Free Trade Agreement is important for the private sector as it would help to achieve the post-2015 and 2063 agenda. He discussed this with CNBC Africa’s Michael Mugisha.
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The May cover of Forbes Africa features Nigerian billionaire Abdulsamad Rabiu, founder of BUA Group, a Nigerian conglomerate active in cement production, sugar refining and real estate. Forbes Africa West Africa Correspondent Peace Hyde filed this report.
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