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Nigeria’s next president should prioritise on infrastructure investments – Jumia CEO

By CNBC
23 February 2019   |   8:10 pm
Ahead of Nigeria's presidential elections, CEO of Jumia Nigeria, Juliet Anammah says candidates aspiring for political office should prioritise investments in infrastructure development and promote bills that will foster the country's digital economy if elected into office.

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