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Olugbemi Ojo: Non-oil export projects will generate 20mn jobs for Nigeria

By CNBC
22 November 2019   |   10:44 am
Zenith Bank’s International Trade Seminar is proof that Nigeria is ready to drive the non-oil export projects in the country. That’s according to Olugbemi Ojo, the Executive Director of Lakinberg LLC who joined CNBC Africa’s Wole Famurewa to discuss the highlights of the seminar.

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