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Winning strategies for Nigerian banks to stay afloat in 2019

By CNBC
30 January 2019   |   3:49 pm
Amid currently challenging macroeconomic dynamics in Nigeria as well as losses to bad loans among Nigerian banks, Chigozie Muogbo, Head of Research and Economic Intelligence at Diamond Bank joins CNBC Africa to discuss winning strategies banks can leverage to stay afloat in 2019.

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