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How viable is Nigeria’s retail lending space?

By CNBC
19 January 2019   |   3:30 pm
Diamond Bank says the real buy-side of Nigeria’s retail credit lies in its quality numbers as about 20 percent of the country’s predominantly young population have Bank Verification Numbers and are expected to remain economically active for another 20 years.

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