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Okomu Oil’s Graham Hefer on the key drivers behind flat earnings

Okomu Oil Palm's full-year profit after tax dipped by 8.7 per cent to 8.5 billion naira in 2018. Graham Hefer, Managing Director, Okomu Oil Palm Company joins CNBC Africa to discuss the company’s 2018 earnings result.

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