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Impact of elections on Nigeria’s first quarter GDP numbers

By CNBC
27 February 2019   |   1:16 pm
Anthony Eke, Acting Divisional Head; Infrastructure and Transport at Diamond Bank joins CNBC Africa from the banking hall to discuss how the electioneering period is likely to impact Nigeria’s first quarter GDP.

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