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Tackling Nigeria’s unemployment crisis

By CNBC
06 November 2018   |   1:21 pm
Nigeria's labour unions are set to embark on a nationwide strike from tomorrow, but beyond the minimum wage issues, a larger unemployment challenge continues to linger. Mary Dinah, Chief Executive Officer at JobLink Recruitment Services, joins CNBC Africa to put this in perspective.

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