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KPMG survey shows Nigerian CFOs less optimistic on economy

A recent KPMG survey finds that Chief Financial Officers of companies operating in Nigeria are less optimistic about the prospect for growth in the Nigerian economy this year. Tola Adeyemi, Partner & Head, Audit services, KPMG Nigeria joins CNBC Africa to discuss more findings from the survey.

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