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How did the markets react to the resignation of Adeosun?

By CNBC
19 September 2018   |   2:12 pm
Following the resignation of Nigeria's Finance Minister Kemi Adeosun and appointment of Zainab Ahmedas the acting finance minister, CNBC Africa finds out how the recent events will impact investor sentiments on Nigeria with Pabina Yinkere Chief Investment Officer at Sigma Pensions.

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