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How can microfinance banks access CBN’s special intervention fund?

The Central Bank of Nigeria has announced plans to introduce a special intervention fund for microfinance banks operating in the country. Rogers Nwoke, President of the National Association of Microfinance Banks joins CNBC Africa to share his perspective on this initiative and more.

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