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NSE postpones Airtel Africa listing

Nigerian investors will have to wait a little longer for Airtel Africa's new listing date to be announced by the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE). Femi Oladehin, Partner, Investment Banking at Argentil Capital Partners joins CNBC Africa for more.

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