SAHCO lists on the NSE
30 April 2019 | 4:05 pm
Aviation Company, Skyway Aviation Handling Company, SAHCO Plc, lists on Nigeria's Stock Exchange today. CNBC Africa is joined by Basil Agboarumi, CEO, SAHCO to discuss facts behind the listing on the NSE.
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