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Nigeria’s oil reforms, impact of delayed PIG bill

Nigeria has been on a long and arduous journey to reform its oil and gas space, as moves to drive the reforms have faced several setbacks. Gbenga Biobaku, Senior Partner at Gbenga Biobaku and Co joins CNBC Africa to discuss this and the implications of the delayed PIG bill.

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