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UBA’s Kennedy Uzoka on how to expand financial inclusion for African women

By CNBC
03 December 2019   |   4:20 pm
The Group Managing Director and CEO of United Bank of Africa (UBA), Kennedy Uzoka says financial inclusion goes beyond owning a mobile phone. Uzoka was highlighting ways to get more African women into the financial system on the sidelines of the Global Gender Summit in Rwanda. He joins CNBC Africa’s Kenneth Igbomor for more.

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