First Bank’s Bashirat Odunewu on closing the financial inclusion gap
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On the side-lines of First Bank of Nigeria's (FBN) joint seminar for financial and telecom regulators in Sub-Saharan Africa. Bashirat Odunewu, Group Executive for the International Banking Group at First Bank joined CNBC Africa's Christy Cole for more.
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